An effective exit program closes the loop on the US visitor lifecycle, providing immigration and border security officials with a complete picture—a picture that will ultimately aid in distinguishing visitors from potential security threats and illegal workers.
Learn about the six key factors Accenture has identified that are essential in creating a successful exit system for US immigration reform.
Every year, approximately 280 million non-US citizens cross America’s borders. A simple and effective exit process will aid in distinguishing visitors from potential security threats and illegal workers, and is the cornerstone of permanent immigration reform in the United States. Exit processing can also help to improve border security and create a path to citizenship for those who request it and are eligible.
When implemented at all air, sea and land ports of entry, an exit program can also:
Accurately identify overstays and improve efficient deployment of law enforcement resources.
Help verify employment eligibility and strengthen economic competiveness.
Improve the integrity of the border crossing system.