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DHS Will Now Vet UK Air Passengers To Mexico, Canada, Cuba 417

First time accepted submitter illtud writes "From April, UK passengers flying to Mexico, Eastern Canada or Cuba will have to submit their details at least 72 hours before boarding to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for pre-flight vetting (as all passengers to the U.S. itself have had to do for a while). If they find against you, you're not getting on the plane, even though you're not going to the U.S. The Independent (UK quality newspaper) has the story."
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DHS Will Now Vet UK Air Passengers To Mexico, Canada, Cuba

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