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EDITOR, The Tribune.
I have always been told that under our laws only the police and only after arresting someone can they take fingerprints and that is conditional that if the charges are dropped or the accused walks free from a court those fingerprints, the card, has to be destroyed.
I cannot recall at anytime in the past the law concerning fingerprinting being altered so I ask: It therefore is illegal for the Passport Office to demand the taking of our fingerprints and the recently announced plan to take fingerprints of those applying for work permits, residency permits also.
Now I don't want to hear that the US takes our prints and photograph at LPIA Border Control in the pre-cleara ...