control counter

control counter

[kən′trōl ‚kau̇n·tər]
(computer science)
A counter providing data used to control the execution of a computer program.
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First Lieutenant Khalifa Juma Harran, General Training Coordinator, said that all the training programmes are delivered by Emirati trainers and the training courses are divided into three levels, the first level is aimed at passport control counter employees, the second level is for supervisors of passports control counters, while the third level is designed for laboratory employees to analyse suspected passports.
The training programmes are divided into three levels, the first is aimed at passport control counter employees,
However, when she was going through the passport control counter, the officer did not let her pass as her labour contract was not cancelled.
The training programmes are divided into three levels, the first level is aimed at the passport control counter employees.
The Emirati, who works as client services supervisor, testified: "The passport control counter refused to process her [convict's friend's] visa because of her young age.
She proceeded to the passport control counter with confidence to get her exit stamp, but at the last moment, her fortunes took a turn for the worse.
The top-class terminal building offers many passenger-friendly facilities including the tourist information services and passport border control counters to ensure smooth and timely customs process.
Employees of the passport control counters at the airport will distribute a questionnaire on the new service to find out if people are aware of this service and how to use it.
The number of passport control counters rose to 67.
Bajbouj said the new arrivals area, when complete, will have 40 passport control counters, up from the current 16.
uses eGates alongside traditional border control counters.
The first ever electronic border control counters were launched Tuesday at the Sofia International Airport in the Bulgarian capital.