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DHSäó» Efforts to Screen Members of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (Redacted)
Charles K. Edwards (ed)
The Homeland Security Act of 2002 transferred to the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) a prominent role in the visa security process. Several DHS components, as well as other U.S. Government departments and agencies, have roles and responsibilities to ensure that members of Foreign Terrorist Organizations who seek admission into the U.S. may be admitted only in compliance with applicable Federal laws. This report reviewed whether (1) DHS has policies and procedures for admitting members of Foreign Terrorist Organizations into the U.S.; (2) DHS and the Dept. of State coordinate their efforts when waivers for inadmissibility are granted to members of Foreign Terrorist Organizations; (3) the admittance of a specific individual to the U.S. was in compliance with applicable Federal laws and DHS policies; and (4) DHS has a role in custodial transfers of foreign nationals who are in Dept. of Justice (DOJ) custody on terrorism charges. Redacted. This is a print on demand report.
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