Arab, Muslim Visitors Rush to Meet Registration Deadline

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Visitors from Saudi Arabia and Pakistan scramble to meet the March 21 deadline for registering with the federal Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. Under new regulations, men from 25 mostly Muslim countries must be fingerprinted and questioned. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

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