|Posted on Sunday, December 04, 2005 - 03:05 pm: ||
You ask two questions:
Q1 - The fact that I was scanned with the old ink pads, do you think they will link me to my old file.
A1 - You should always assume so, regardless of the country you are trying to reenter after deportation. Inked prints on paper fingerprint cards are scanned into computer systems worldwide by the millions.
Q2 - If yes, how long will It take.
A2 - Maybe about fifteen seconds.
Recommend you contact the US Embassy nearest you to discuss the matter. Otherwise, being detained even temporarily for immigration problems may make for a really unpleasant visit.
|Posted on Friday, December 02, 2005 - 07:53 pm: ||
I was deported From the states around 10 years ago, I have always wanted to visit again. However lmigration and FBI still have my old fingerprints. At the point of entry, they now Scan 'fingerprints. The fact that I was scanned with the old in inK pads, do you think they will link me to my old file. if yes, how long will It take.