When you open up your passport and check its status, it’ll be presented with a list of the various types of information.
But now, an app that can show you just how detailed your passport information is will be unveiled by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
As part of its push to make passport information more accurate, DHS has announced that it will begin collecting information about your passport online, including passport numbers, expiration dates, and biometric data, all of which will be kept by the app.
The new app will be launched later this year, and the DHS says it will be able to automatically scan your passport once every six months.
This process will allow DHS to quickly verify that your passport is current and accurate, as well as provide you with all of your passport numbers and expiration dates.
As part, the DHS will begin to create new databases to store information on passports.
This information will include your name, date of birth, gender, and passport number, as the app also includes information on the passport itself.
The app will also provide information on your passport number to the TSA and Department of State for security purposes.
It’s a new initiative, but it will undoubtedly be a boon to those of us who work on the ground, as this data can be incredibly useful in the future.
According to the Department, the app is expected to be a huge boon to the US’s passport information security.
As for how much of your data will be stored on your smartphone?
According to DHS, the database will be encrypted and can only be accessed by authorized individuals, which means it will only contain information related to your passport.
The data will only be used for internal DHS use, and will not be released to anyone else.
The DHS also says that the app will not store your name or other personal information.
You will be asked to enter a password when you open the app, but once you do, your information will not appear on the app’s servers.