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DHS Traveler Redress Inquiry Program

DHS | Privacy Act Statement

Privacy Act Statement

Authority: Title IV of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 authorizes DHS to take security measures to protect travel, and under Subtitle B, Section 4012(1)(G), the Act directs DHS to provide appeal and correction opportunities for travelers whose information may be incorrect. Principal Purposes: DHS will use this information in order to assist you with seeking redress in connection with travel. Routine Uses: DHS will use and disclose this information to appropriate governmental agencies to verify your identity, distinguish your identity from that of another individual, such as someone included on a watch list, and/or address your redress request. Additionally, limited information may be shared with non-governmental entities, such as air carriers, where necessary for the sole purpose of carrying out your redress request. Disclosure: Furnishing this information is voluntary; however, the Department of Homeland Security may not be able to process your redress inquiry without the information requested.

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