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Zero Tolerance:

Is the SENTRI pass still tough as nails to procure for those who had a brush with the law? About 5 years ago you could not obtain a SENTRI pass if you had an arrest on your record. It did not matter if you were not convicted of a crime. One arrest on your record would automatically make you ineligible for a SENTRI pass. They called it a "zero tolerance" policy." It did not matter if the arrest was for a misdemeanor or a felony. A misdemeanor arrest, minus a conviction, would prevent you from obtaining a SENTRI pass, that's how tough the standards were back in the early to mid 2000's. I then heard that the government was thinking about loosening up the zero tolerance policy a little bit and easing the restrictions in order to allow more people to qualify. Does anyone know if they loosened it up or is it still at zero tolerance?
 
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