Travellers arriving from 27 “visa waiver” nations overnight had to undergo two digital index-finger scans and have their photographs taken before clearing immigration portals.
The new procedures apply to nearly two dozen European countries such as Britain, France and Germany as well as Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and Brunei. It extends a programme started in January that requires people arriving in the United States with visas to have their pictures and fingerprints taken.
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I can’t wait for more governments to start doing it to Americans in retaliation.