Trump Administration Issues Tough New Rules for U.S. Visa Applicants

HeadlineJun 02, 2017

Back in the U.S., the Trump administration has further restricted rules on applicants for U.S. visas, rolling out a questionnaire this week that will require them to provide five years’ worth of social media handles and 15 years of biographical information. The administration calls the questions “voluntary,” but the new form says applicants who don’t provide the information might see their visas delayed or denied.

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