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DHS Requires Your Travel Plans 72 Hours in Advance

From the thread: I haven't seen this anywhere yet. I got an email from American Airlines detailing a new requirement imposed on them by the Department of Homeland Security. Starting November 1, all passengers in the US will have to submit their personal information (including full name, date of birth, and gender) to DHS, through their airline or travel agent, at least 72 hours in advance. This means you can no longer fly anywhere in the US with less than three-days notice. Did your mother have a stroke and you have to rush to be by her side? Too bad. What about that client two states over who needs some facetime or else they'll bolt to your competitor? Kiss them good-bye. Or do you just want to go to Vegas and have a wild weekend on the spur of the moment? Well, maybe next weekend, instead. Don't you feel so much safer now?

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Comment by Jimmy Valentine
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Scary. Welcome to AmeriKa.

Comment by Anonymous
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 Well that makes sense. That would give them enought time to classify you as a domestic terrorist and put you on the no fly list. DHS is getting bigger and bigger by the day. They control  Customs, Border Patrol, CDC, Coast Guard, TSA and if S510 (Food Safety Act) passes they will control the Dept.of Agriculture. Anyone else see a pattern here. The SS is here in the USA.

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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" it appears on the non-expired government-issued photo ID that you will use when traveling..."


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