coming in

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We have [35 million] people a year coming in, and it's ridiculous not to keep track of the time limits on their visas," said Steven Camarota, director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, D.
The likelihood of a terrorist or a person who's committed other crimes coming in has to be weighed.
At first I thought it involved stolen cars or auto parts because he always had fancy cars coming in and out.
The Be-In's Digital Frontier exhibition, a respected bellwether of what's coming in the digital media field, morphs into the Human Frontier this year, with exhibits from sponsors and groups addressing the humanistic theme.