Discusses issues addressed in Senate and House legislation to implement National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the U.S. recommendations for immigration law revisions to deter terrorism. Covers monitoring of persons entering and leaving the U.S., grounds for alien exclusion and removal, security of personal identification documents, allocation of additional resources to improve immigration law enforcement, and penalties for immigration-related fraud and alien smuggling.
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