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Homeland Security

Resource Directory

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Provides expedited travel to approved members between the U.S. and Mexico border.

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Whether you are a visitor to the United States or U.S. citizen, each individual arriving into the United States must complete one or more of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) entry forms.

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The Departments of Homeland Security, Justice, Labor, and State created Document and Benefit Fraud Task Forces to combat document and immigration benefits fraud. Document fraud includes using fake driver's licenses, birth certificates, Social Security cards, and passports.

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The Intellectual Property Rights Center is an interagency effort that coordinates enhanced intelligence, investigative and enforcement actions to improve protection and safeguard the health and public safety of U.S. consumers.

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Focusing on greater information sharing, increased training and public awareness, and providing greater assistance and funding for rail transit activities.

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Information on how to apply for disaster assistance including on-line and telephone application information.

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Expedited screening and processing for pre-screened International travelers entering the United States.

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Provides expedited travel via land, air or sea to approved members between the U.S. and Canada border.

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A Guide to Naturalization (M-476) provides information on the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship, an overview of the naturalization process, and eligibility requirements.

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The United States Coast Guard is the nation's leading maritime law enforcement agency, with responsibilities for drug interdiction, protecting U.S. fishing interests and agreements, and enforcement of immigration law at sea.

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