The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Techlogy (US-VISIT) program is a biometrically-enhanced identification system primarily situated at border points of entry such as airports and seaports. The US-VISIT program's goal is to advance the security of the United States and worldwide travel through information sharing and biometric solutions to facilitate identity management. The biometrics currently captured at US-VISIT primary inspection are fingerprints and a facial image. The fingerprint component of the system uses automated matching along with manual match verification. The face image capture process does t include automated face recognition but relies on human verifiable traveler history.