Visitors to U.S. Face Tougher Entry and Exit Rules

The Bush administration says it will soon require millions of visitors to the United States to be photographed and fingerprinted to enhance security. Authorities hope the new entry-exit system will help them to spot potential terrorists and to ensure that foreign visitors do not overstay their visas. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.



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