Border controls are measures used by a country to monitor or regulate its borders.
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... network, the checkpoint houses both Malaysian and Singaporean border control facilities ... Before 1998, both Malaysian and Singaporean border control facilities were co-located at the station ... post there, the official reason being improving border security ...
... Border controls are measures used by a country to monitor or regulate its borders ... The control of the flow of many people, animals and goods across a border may be controlled by government customs services ... Security is enforced by various kinds of Border Guards and Coast Guards ...
... States and Great Britain, where the treaty description of the border was unclear ... By November 1846, the Californios had gained back control of all the territory south of San Francisco, leaving America in control of just San Diego and Monterey ... Political factions in the "border states" of Kentucky and Missouri declared themselves parts of the Confederacy and controlled small portions of those states early in the war ...
... The agency was established in early 2007 to deal with immigration and border control ... include the care and guidance of new immigrants, t exit and entry control, the inspection on illegal immigrants, the forcible deportation, and the prevention of ... It was initially in charge of Taiwan’s border control for both military personnel and civilians respectively ...
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