The National Superintendence of migration This Thursday it activated the system of facial and decadal identification at the Binationale Center of Attention in Frontier (Cebaf) of Tumbes, on the border between Peru and Ecuador.
With the technological tool, the ten fingerprints can be photographed and captured from foreigners who have the Peru and save them in a shared database with the National police.
The Minister of Home Affairs, Mauro Medina, noted that the place, faced with the burden of foreign citizens, has 10 modules of attention and that there is an environment that is intended only for vulnerable population groups.
"There is a willingness on the part of the government to treat foreigners properly and to be registered correctly," said the cabinet member.
The minister emphasized that this new facial and decontact system serves to identify those who exceed the line of the law. "We are very well-informed, but we need the right identification for the future, it is very important for every successive event," he said.
The superintendent of migration, Eduardo Sevilla, pointed out that this register is being carried out in real time, in consultation with the specialized units of the National policebecause it is the same check that is installed in the Jorge Chávez airport.
According to Ministry of Internal Affairs, an average of 2,800 to 3,000 Venezuelan citizens daily Peru. The figure is checked permanently and the variable flow statistics are taken at the end of the month.
In addition, said that this measure will strengthen the control of citizens who enter the country with a passport and will track those who intend to circumvent national security with forged documents.
the MININTER He also stressed that the Zarumilla Migration Check Station has been activated, to randomly verify the documents of foreigners and to check whether they comply with the regular migration scheme.