The Transportation Security Administration will no longer allow passengers to bring their personal belongings into the United States through the airport’s terminal or baggage claim area.
Instead, passengers will be required to check their bags in at a security checkpoint.
The agency is expected to release the new rule Tuesday, just days after the president signed an executive order to create a new national anti-terrorism strategy.
The Trump administration has said that the new rules are needed to stop terrorism and keep Americans safe from radicalized individuals.
The president and his top aides have said they will use the new security measures to boost border security and reduce border crossers from the U.S.
The TSA also said that travelers will be able to bring laptops and other small electronics into the U .
S. from overseas without a special ID or passport.
But the agency will require passengers to provide their names and other biographical information when using the airport-style checkpoints.
The rule is expected by late this month, though travelers will not be allowed to board airplanes until December, according to The Associated Press.
The TSA also plans to announce the new policy at the U S. Department of Transportation’s annual conference, which is scheduled for June 15.