September 11 Digital Archive

Why U.S. embassies must end abuse of visa applicants: Unfair immigration treatment being meted out t

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Why U.S. embassies must end abuse of visa applicants: Unfair immigration treatment being meted out t

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born-digital

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article

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Consular representatives must show compassion as they interpret the new anti-terrorism rules and re

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Date Entered

2002-10-07

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37

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3

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Why U.S. embassies must end abuse of visa applicants: Unfair immigration treatment being meted out to people in the Caribbean

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VTMBH Article: Publication

New York Carib News

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English

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edits

VTMBH Article: Blurb

Consular representatives must show compassion as they interpret the new anti-terrorism rules and regulations, and allow students, politcal asylees, those seeking medical treatment and others who legitimately visit the United States their visas.

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Consular representatives must show compassion as they interpret the new anti-terrorism rules and regulations, and allow students, politcal asylees, those seeking medical treatment and others who legitimately visit the United States their visas.

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2002-10-07

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“Why U.S. embassies must end abuse of visa applicants: Unfair immigration treatment being meted out t,” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed June 22, 2024, https://911digitalarchive.org/items/show/1719.