110 STAT. 3094 PUBLIC LAW 104-236—OCT. 3, 1996 "(2) each person who has been convicted of a sexually violent offense; and "(3) each person who is a sexually violent predator. "(c) REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT. —Each person described in subsection (b) who resides in a State that has not established a minimally sufficient sexual offender registration program shall register a current address, fingerprints of that person, and a current photograph of that person with the FBI for inclusion in the database established under subsection (b) for the time period specified under subsection (d). "(d) LENGTH OF REGISTRATION.—^A person described in subsection (b) who is required to register under subsection (c) shall, except during ensuing periods of incarceration, continue to comply with this section— "(1) until 10 years after the date on which the person was released from prison or placed on parole, supervised release, or probation; or "(2) for the life of the person, if that person— "(A) has 2 or more convictions for an offense described in subsection (b); "(B) has been convicted of aggravated sexual abuse, as defined in section 2241 of title 18, United States Code, or in a comparable provision of State law; or "(C) has been determined to be a sexusQly violent predator. " (e) VERIFICATION.— Guidelines. "(1) PERSONS CONVICTED OF AN OFFENSE AGAINST A MINOR OR A SEXUALLY VIOLENT OFFENSE.— In the case of a person required to register under subsection (c), the FBI shall, during the period in which the person is required to register under subsection (d), verify the person's address in accordance with guidelines that shall be promulgated by the Attorney General. Such guidelines shall ensure that address verification is accomplished with respect to these individuals and shall require the submission of fingerprints and photographs of the individual. Applicability. "(2) SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATORS.— Paragraph (1) shall apply to a person described in subsection (b)(3), except that such person must verify the registration once every 90 days after the date of the initial release or commencement of psirole of that person. " (f) COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION.— "(1) IN GENERAL.— Subject to paragraph (2), the FBI may release relevant information concerning a person required to register under subsection (c) that is necessary to protect the public. "(2) IDENTITY OF VICTIM.— In no case shall the FBI release the identity of any victim of an offense that requires registration by the offender with the FBI. "(g) NOTIFICATION OF FBI OF CHANGES IN RESIDENCE. — " (1) ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW RESIDENCE.— For purposes of this section, a person shall be deemed to have established a new residence during any period in which that person resides for not less than 10 days. " (2) PERSONS REQUIRED TO REGISTER WITH THE FBI. — Each establishment of a new residence, including the initial establishment of a residence immediately following release from prison.