Illegal immigration

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Illegal immigration has been a crippling problem. The U.S Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization (INS) found that there were around 5 million illegal inhabitants in the United States in October 1996, and it rose to an average rate of 275,000 every year between the time period of 1992 and 1996.

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Border Patrol agents from the Casa Grande station apprehended a group of 13 illegal aliens west of Sells, Arizona. All 13 subjects were taken to the Nogales Processing Center where their fingerprints were entered into the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), for comparison with the FBI fingerprint database.
One of the convicts, Jose Luis Castaneda-Cardenas, a 23-year-old Mexican National, was identified as having an outstanding felony warrant for "Felony Murder" and "Misdemeanor Criminal Possession of a Weapon," in New York City. The New York City Police Department crosschecked the warrant, and confirmed extradition of Castaneda.
The Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), enables Border Patrol agents to search fingerprint databases simultaneously using the Automated Biometric Identification System (IDENT) and the FBI fingerprint database. This hi-tech technology provides rapid identification of individuals with outstanding criminal warrants by electronically comparing a live-scanned fingerprint with a nationwide database of biometrically indexed fingerprints.
Fingerprinting was introduced in 2003 for people who were applying for British visas in a dozen countries associated with high nu ...
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