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Fonts Declared Subject to Security Restriction Under USA PATRIOT Act

April 1, 2006 –The latest amendments to the USA PATRIOT Act have expanded security restrictions on computer software, including special protections on fonts and other forms of vector images. In order to download fonts you must now provide proof of citizenship in a country signatory to the Berne Convention. For US citizens this can be done by using the secure form below to enter your new federally issued USA REAL ID number. The number you will need to use is located immediately above the bar code and to the left of your fingerprint as shown on the sample ID to the right. Once you have entered your ID number and it has been instantly verified you will be redirected to your original download source. Citizens of other nations should contact the Department of State for a temporary ID number to use.

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President Welcomes Newest Citizens

March 27, 2006 -- President George W. Bush welcomed thirty new Americans from twenty countries at a naturalization ceremony in Washington, D.C. “Our immigrant heritage has enriched America's history. It continues to shape our society. Each generation of immigrants brings a renewal to our national character and adds vitality to our culture,” remarked President Bush.  

President Bush joined U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Emilio González. He also discussed immigration reform “that includes three critical elements: securing the border, strengthening the immigration enforcement inside our country, and creating a temporary worker program. These elements depend on and reinforce one another, and together they will give America an immigration system that meets the needs of the 21st century.”

Hurricane Katrina Resources

How to Get Help   Response and recovery information for survivors and businesses. Links to government benefits, services, and education. (DisasterHelp.GOV)

Donate and Volunteer  (USA Freedom Corps)

Finding Friends and Information  Find loved ones, replace your records (vital records, driver’s license, passport), hotlines and answers to questions about the hurricane. (FirstGov)

Health and Safety   Links to health, water, food, and worker safety. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC)

What Government is Doing   Overall view of what government agencies are doing. Links to resources for the media. (DHS)

En Espanol   Enlaces a información en español sobre salud, seguridad y cómo solicitar asistencia. (FirstGov)

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News and Press
 Remarks by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff at the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
 Remarks by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff at the National Chemical Security Forum
 Remarks by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff at the Heritage Foundation: Charting a Path Forward
 Remarks by the Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff 2006 Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice and SEARCH Symposium on Justice and Public Safety Information Sharing
 ICE Arrests 375 Gang Members and Associates in Two-Week Enforcement Action

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