Enhanced Tribal Card Can Be Used Instead of Passport

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona are beginning to expand to other tribes an enhanced tribal card with electronic verification of identity they have developed to facilitate their members in crossing the United States/Mexico borderThe enhanced tribal card uses RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) to allow tribal members to be identified quickly and be given easy passage through land and sea ports of entry into the United States.
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(The tribe lives on both sides of the border, with about 20,000 tribal members in the United States and another 70,000 in Mexico.)
The enhanced tribal card is equivalent to a United States Passport, according to Marisella Nunez, Pascua Yaqui enrollment/ETC program director. It also can be used as ID in domestic airports.

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