Special Registration Requirements
The U.S. government has instituted a Special Registration system, also known as "National Security Entry/Exit Registration System" (NSEERS) which requires individuals from certain
countries to undergo special registration at times of U.S. entry
and exit. Should this system apply to you, you will be so informed
by the United States government, either when you apply for your visa at a U.S. Consulate or when you enter the U.S. Please be aware that behavior which is deemed suspicious or uncooperative may subject you to additional scrutiny by immigration officials at the border and may result in the Special Registrant designation. If you
are subject to this registration at the time of entry, you MUST
go through the same process any time you exit and reenter the United States.
Failure to do so will jeopardize your future reentry into the U.S., regardless
of whether all your remaining documents are in order.
You must ascertain whether or not you are subject to the Special Registrant
requirements prior to making your travel plans, since not all airports
in the United States are capable of processing Special Registrants.
For additional information about this program and to view a list
of the named countries, visit http://www.ice.gov/pi/specialregistration/index.htm
For a listing of all the airports in the United States that can
accommodate Special Registrants, visit http://www.ice.gov/doclib/pi/specialregistration/WalkawayMaterial.pdf