The Strange Irrationalities of U.S. Immigration and Visa Policies

As detailed by a British journalist. Still, weird and bad as they are, they’re generally less awful than the policies of most countries.

One Response to “The Strange Irrationalities of U.S. Immigration and Visa Policies”

  1. Henri Hein

    As someone who’s been personally subjected to them, I can vouch for the ‘strange irrationalities’ of the US immigration policies. I can’t say I’ve visited a majority of countries, but of the ones I have visited, I think the US takes the cake.

    Just as a tiny for instance, other countries I’ve been to have had a straight-forward process to extend a visitor visa. In the US, there may be such a process, but there is nothing straight-forward about it.

    Then again, maybe I’m biased, since the US is also the only country I’ve tried to visit who has ever refused me entry.

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