System Authenticates Green Cards Used by Denver Airport Employees


Denver Int’l Airport is testing a system that authenticates
the green cards of its employees. The Verus 2000™,
manufactured by Lakewood, Colo., access control
manufacturer BSI2000 Inc., is designed to solve the problem
of fake green cards being used to allow access for
immigrant employees.

The system uses several biometric and scanning methods to
confirm that a green card is authentic. “Verus 2000 will
help strengthen national security by eliminating and
capturing many invalid/fraudulent Green Cards that are
currently being used to gain employment,” says BSI2000
President and CEO Jack Harper.

On June 4, BSI2000 filed a multiclaim patent with the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office to protect the proprietary
methods and technology used by the Verus 2000 system to
securely detect and identify counterfeit Green Cards.

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