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TSA Ensures Security Preparedness for High Summer Travel Volume

The Transportation Security Administration is preparing for the start of the summer travel period, typically marked by the Memorial Day holiday weekend and continuing through Labor Day. Record numbers of passengers are expected at airports this summer, with peak travel periods occurring in June and July, including the July 4th weekend. During the busiest days of the summer, TSA will screen more than 2.5 million passengers per day.

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.

TSA Summer Travel Tips

Prepare for your upcoming summer travel with these tips from the Transportation Security Administration.

Written testimony of CBP Deputy Commissioner for a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security hearing titled “FY 2017 Budget Request for U.S. Customs and Border Protection & U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement”

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Deputy Commissioner Kevin McAleenan addresses how CBP is using the resources provided by Congress efficiently and effectively, and demonstrates how the President’s Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request supports CBP’s continued commitment to keeping terrorists and their weapons out of the United States, securing the border, and facilitating lawful international trade and travel.

Readout of Secretary Johnson's Meeting with Korean Minister of Justice Kim and Deputy Minister of Justice Jin

On November 10, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Sarah Saldaña, and DHS Assistant Secretary for Policy Alan Bersin met with Korean Minister of Justice Kim Hyun-Woong and Deputy Minister of Justice Jin Kyung-Joon to discuss a range of shared homeland security-related issues, including law enforcement collaboration, the facilitation of legitimate travel, and efforts to support the repatriation of stolen assets.

United States Announces Trilateral Agreement with Canada and Mexico to Expand Trusted Traveler Programs

WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has joined Public Safety Canada and the Secretariat of Governance of Mexico in outlining the first steps toward the creation of a North American Trusted Traveler network.  The new agreement signed by Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson on July 10, 2015 and his Canadian and Mexican counterparts will make it easier for eligible travelers in the United States, Mexico and Canada to apply for expedited screening programs, helping to promote legitimate travel across the continent.


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