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Creation Date: 30/06/2011

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I-551 Permanent Resident Card true false.
Features of the I-551 introduced in Dec 1997 are holographic layer and protective laminate applied over printed data hologram also contains images that can be seen when document is held at an angle toward a light source None of the above.
Images within the hologram of the 1997 Optical version I-551 are Statue of liberty with rays eminating from its torch letters "USA" in large print Outline of map of the United States INS insignia.
The background text within the holographic layer of the 1997 I-551 is " United States of America or U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service." true false.
issued to individuals who are not citizens of the united states and is used as evidence of being lawfully admitted for permanent residence I-551 Permanent Resident Card DSP 150 Border Crossing Card.
Back of the I-551 1997 version contains optical memory stripe containing encoded cardholder information, along with a personalized etching of bearer's photograph name signature date of birth alien registration number card number and expiration date height and weight of bearer.
along the top of the (1997 I-551) Optical Memory Stripe are micro images of each of the first forty-two US Presidents with their names underneath their portraits. true false.
Along bottom of (1997 I-551) Optical Memory Stripe are images of the 50 state flags true false.
New version of Optical I-551 was introduced in November 2004 by DHS Holographic layer and protective laminate applied over printed data to deter photo substitution and data alterations all prior versions remain valid until expiration date indicated on card all of the above.
Background text of the 2004 version of the I-551 within the holgraphic layer reads "United States of America" and "Department of Homeland Security" United States of America Department of Homeland Security US Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Images within the hologram of 2004 version of I-551 are Statue of liberty with rays emanating from its torch outline map of the United States letters "USA" in large print letters DHS in the punctuation of the USA Department of Homeland Security Seal.
Optical stripe of the 2004 version I-551 has the micro images of the US Presidents micro images of the fifty state flags.
Machine readable zone of the 2004 Optical I-551 contains Type of card (C1-LAPR / C2-Commuter A number and check digit (simple way to protect the integrity of data by detecting errors) Service Center Receipt number Date of birth followed by check digit card expiration followed by check digit global check digit card holders family name.
Counterfeiting the optical Version I-551 Random numbers in expiration date area random digits when there should be no info improper formatting seal not finely defined hologram lacks detail and reflective effects of genuine security features use of thin plastic film over photo.
Features of the DSP-150 (BCC Mexican Nationals) laser visa (optical stripe) introduced April 1998 Machine readable zone revised laser visas introduced April 2005 bear a revision date of 07-16-03; found on the reverse of the card in the bottom right corner modifications to the reverse of the card include the addition of a micro-image of President George W. Bush in the optical memory stripe.
What features would you examine on a DSP-150 (BCC) to detect photo substitutions? look at the laminate for signs of tampering check date of birth against the bearers apparent age the etching of the bearer on the reverse MATCHES THE IMAGE ON THE FRONT.
Photo substitutions of the DSP-150 (BCC) IMPOSTERS are the most common type of fraud Most common ALTERATION is photo substitution Frequently encountered during Border Patrol operations.
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