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National Security Entry-Exit Registration System

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  • In 2002, the Department of Justice established a special registration program, formally known as the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, which required male noncitizens on nonimmigrant visas from Muslim countries, including Bangladesh and Pakistan, to register with immigration authorities.

    Hyphen Blog

  • The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, known by its acronym, NSEERS, required individuals from more than 20 predominantly Arab countries to register with the government on arrival and departure from the U.S.

    Controversial Surveillance Program Launched After 9/11 Ends

  • After the 9/11 attacks, he developed the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, which called for close monitoring of men from Arab and Muslim nations, even legal U.S. residents.

    Mark Potok: Razing Arizona: Given Its Authors, New Law Is No Surprise

  • For years, the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS) has faced criticism for abusing civil rights, and undermining trade relations with our nation's foreign allies and international exchange programs.

    Shahid Buttar: Smoke and Mirrors

  • The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System will track up to 200,000 visitors in the first year, stopping suspected terrorists prior to entry and verifying the activities of visitors and their whereabouts while they are in the country.

    CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2002

  • Another post-Sept. 11 that drew criticism was the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, which required people from countries identified as "state sponsors of terror" to register with the federal government.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The US started something called NSEERS (National Security Entry-Exit Registration System) that basically decided that anybody born in any of 25 named countries (whether a national of that country or not) were subject to intensive additional scrutiny before being allowed into the States.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Several men challenged their deportation orders, set into motion by a mandatory "Special Call-In Registration Program," part of the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System instituted by the U.S. attorney general in the wake of Sept. 11.

    Courthouse News Service

  • In June, we announced the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System.

    CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2002

  • US Attorney General John Ashcroft brought it into the system under the name of National Security Entry-Exit Registration System.

    American Chronicle

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