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TIGHTER SECURITY AT INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU

Nov. 19, 2001 – The Internal Revenue Bureau has instituted new security measures to protect its employees, said Director Louis Willis in a news release.
He said that taxpayers visiting the offices in St. Thomas and St. Croix must present identification if they wish to go beyond the lobby.
Willis thanked taxpayers for their cooperation.

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Nov. 19, 2001 – The Internal Revenue Bureau has instituted new security measures to protect its employees, said Director Louis Willis in a news release.
He said that taxpayers visiting the offices in St. Thomas and St. Croix must present identification if they wish to go beyond the lobby.
Willis thanked taxpayers for their cooperation.