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Statement By Secretary Nielsen On Attempted Terror Attack In New York

Today, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen spoke with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner James O’Neill regarding the details of the attempted terrorist attack in New York City. Secretary Nielsen released the following statement on the Department’s role in coordinating a federal response to terror-related incidents.

DHS Statement On U.S. Supreme Court Decision On The President’s Executive Order On Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States

The Supreme Court today has allowed the Department of Homeland Security to largely implement the President's Executive Order and take rational and necessary steps to protect our nation from persons looking to enter and potentially do harm. The granting of a partial stay of the circuit injunctions with regard to many aliens abroad restores to the Executive Branch crucial and long-held constitutional authority to defend our national borders.

DHS Unveils Trusted Traveler Comparison Tool

The Department of Homeland Security unveiled today a new Trusted Traveler comparison tool. The tool helps prospective applicants find the DHS Trusted Traveler Program that best matches their citizenship and travel preferences.

Fact Sheet: Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry To The United States

The Executive Order signed on January 27, 2017 allows for the proper review and establishment of standards to prevent terrorist or criminal infiltration by foreign nationals.  The United States has the world’s most generous immigration system, yet it has been repeatedly exploited by terrorists and other malicious actors who seek to do us harm. In order to ensure that the United States government can conduct a thorough and comprehensive analysis of the national security risks posed from our immigration system, it imposes a 90-day suspension on entry to the United States of nationals of certain designated countries—countries that were designated by Congress and the Obama Administration as posing national security risks in the Visa Waiver Program.

Statement by Secretary Johnson on TSA and Thanksgiving Week

I commend our TSA employees for their hard work over the busy Thanksgiving week, Monday, November 21 through Monday, November 28.  Thanksgiving week is the busiest air travel week of the entire year.  This past Sunday is typically the busiest travel day of the entire year.  In all last week, 16.5 million travelers passed through U.S. airport security, 4.9% more than last year.

Statement by Secretary Johnson Regarding TSA

This past holiday weekend, as increased numbers of Americans traveled by domestic commercial air, the men and women of TSA worked hard to keep passengers moving through security checkpoints, and keep them safe.  Particularly in the current global threat environment, we are not compromising or short-cutting aviation security, while meeting increased travel volume.

Take the Stress Out of Travel with These Tips to #TSATravelSafe

When you’re jetting off to summer fun, you have a lot on your mind.  Did you bring your cell phone charger?  Do you have room in your bag for souvenirs?  Do you have the rental car confirmation?  What’s the best restaurant near your hotel?  Did you leave the coffee maker on? With so much to think about, it’s easy to forget the most important thing: Getting there safely.  Fortunately, TSA is working hard to make sure your travel experience is as efficient and secure as possible.

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