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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

North American Common Border Security Efforts


A report on some potential results of the Security and Prosperity Partnership among Canada, Mexico and the U.S. here:
Just exactly who's allowed into North America - and how long they can stay - could be heavily influenced by the complex web of initiatives known as the Security and Prosperity Partnership.
Canada, the United States and Mexico are collaborating on more than a dozen traveller security programs that fall under three umbrellas: creating trusted border documents, developing compatible immigration measures and sharing information on high-risk travellers.
The goal is to ensure none of the three countries is a weak link in the continental security chain.

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