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DHS suspends New York state access to travel programs over ‘sanctuary’ law: Fox

February 6, 2020


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will block New York state residents from most of its “trusted traveler” programs in response to a state law that limits cooperation with federal immigration enforcement, acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf told Fox News on Wednesday.

DHS will suspend the ability of the state’s residents to enroll or re-enroll in programs such as Global Entry, which allows faster processing for pre-approved travelers entering the United States, Wolf said in a related letter to New York State officials.

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