Federal Bureau of Investigation – Terrorist Screening Center -Terrorist Watchlist Redress Procedures

Traveler Screening Redress

The Department of Homeland Security Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (DHS TRIP) provides a way for travelers to express concern when they believe they have been incorrectly delayed, denied boarding, identified for additional screening, or have otherwise experienced difficulties when traveling or seeking entry into the country. DHS TRIP allows travelers to submit a redress inquiry in a single request via a secure website. DHS TRIP works with the Department’s component agencies, such as U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Transportation Security Administration, and other Government agencies including the Department of State and the TSC, as appropriate, to make an accurate determination about any traveler who has sought redress.

Please go to the DHS TRIP website to review frequently asked questions or file a request for redress related to your travel screening.

Stimulus Payments Update–July 14, 2008

According to a Treasury press release, payments will continue to be sent to taxpayers in small batches through the end of the year, but the mass distributions have ended. Clients who do not file by October 15 and still qualify for a payment can get it by filing a 2008 tax return next year.

Check the Economic Stimulus Payments Information Center on IRS.gov for updates, also available in Spanish.