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Customs and Border Protection Adiciona móvel Controle de Passaporte para os viajantes que entram os EUA no Aeroporto Internacional de Fort Worth Dallas

O aplicativo móvel é o mais recente produto lançado no DFW para facilitar a entrada nos EUA

O Aeroporto de Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) e a Alfândega  e Proteção de Fronteiras (CBP)dos EUA expandiram o suporte para um novo aplicativo móvel, Mobile Controle de Passaporte (MPC), para agilizar as chegadas de passageiros no Aeroporto DFW. 460 more words

Central Florida

Customs and Border Protection Adds Mobile Passport Control for Travelers Entering the U.S. at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Mobile app is the latest product launched at DFW to ease entry into the U.S.

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have expanded support for a new mobile app, Mobile Passport Control (MPC), to expedite customer arrivals at DFW Airport. 383 more words

Central Florida

Don't look so sad. It's not so bad, you know. It's just another night. That's all it is.

Recognize those lyrics?

Of course, it isn’t New Year’s Eve, but it is Valentine’s Eve. This evening, Barry Manilow isn’t speaking, singing, rapping, or partying. Complications from oral surgery put his life on hold. 285 more words

Postaday

That's An Expensive Banana

My original post was going to be one of romanticism: watching “An Affair To Remember” with Deborah Kerr / Cary Grant, having a glass of wine 30,000 feet in the air at 2AM, and finally, watching the sunrise over the Pacific Ocean heading into Aukland. 234 more words

Adventure

Cherry Blossoms Around the World

A cherry blossom is the flower of any of several trees of genus Prunus, particularly the Japanese cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is called sakura in Japanese . 742 more words

Customs

Post-Cruise Reflections

A week ago, this was beach day at Labadee, Haiti.  Here, it’s still late winter.

Morning routine has changed somewhat, from taking the elevator from the seventh deck to the fifth deck for coffee, and then up to deck eleven to watch the sunrise. 337 more words

True Harlequins

“These aren’t your fancy party type of harlequins that I’m talking about, with their mute tongues and their supremely ordinary faces. You know the ones, they hang around the nobility wearing their perfect white masks, when really they’re mage-warped assassins with a bag full of alchemist’s tricks. 553 more words

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