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The United States and Canada have begun discussions towards developing parallel immigration databases to facilitate regular information exchange.The United States is studying the feasibility of duplicating Canadian intelligence gathering software at six pilot sites.In support of the preclearance program, the two countries signed "The Agreement on Air Transport Preclearance between The Government of Canada and The Government of the United States of America" on January 18, 2001.It allows for the expansion of in-transit preclearance to other Canadian airports and also has provisions that modernize the regime governing preclearance.Our countries have begun to integrate biometric capabilities into new programs being deployed.For example, the NEXUS-Air pilot program will evaluate iris scanning technology and the new Canadian Permanent Resident Card is biometric-ready.
The Agreement is bound by the principle of family re-unification in determining whether an individual would be exempted from the requirement of making a claim in the first country of arrival.
The two countries have also agreed to formally consult one another during the process of reviewing a third country for the purpose of either a visa imposition or visa exemption.
The United States and Canada are also continuing to work together to identify countries that pose security concerns with a view toward further cooperation on visa policy.
The United States and Canada currently have common visa policies for 144 countries.
The in-transit preclearance project in Vancouver, suspended as a result of the events of September 11, was re-instated on February 14, 2002.