Is Mexico Using A Biochip or a Chip Card?

I’m not sure if Mexico is going to use a card with a computer chip or will actually plant a biochip into a human being, but if it’s the latter I’m very afraid. I’d imagine that majority of the migrants Mexico captures and turns away are on their way to the US so anti-“illegal” immigration groups should applaud them. I just hope they’re not planning on starting what many people feel will be the first signs of the end of the world as we know it.

Mexico to use biochip to control illegal immigration
Fri, 28 Dec 2007 08:50:05 GMT

Mexico City, Dec 28 – Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) has said it will introduce electronic registration for foreigners entering the country through the southern border to curb illegal immigration.

Mexico to track migration by chip card
Saturday, December 29, 2007 – Page updated at 12:00 AM
By The Associated Press

MEXICO CITY — Mexico plans to use cards with electronic chips to better track the movements of Central Americans who regularly cross the southern border to work or visit.

Starting in March, the National Immigration Institute will distribute the cards to record the arrival and departure of so-called temporary workers and visitors. They will replace a nonelectronic pass formerly given to foreigners who cross into Mexico, which has proved “easily alterable and subject to the discretion of migration agents,” the institute said Thursday.

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One thought on “Is Mexico Using A Biochip or a Chip Card?

  1. It’s a card. US has issued cards like this for years to frequent border crossers, it’s called SENTRI on the Mexican border and NEXUS on the Canadian border. I see people all over the tubes getting excited about this, but it’s not a big deal.

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