Terror-State Citizens Still Getting U.S. Visas

(Human Events) The State Department is still issuing nonimmigrant visas allowing citizens of Iraq and other terror-sponsoring nations to visit the U.S. Between June 1 and February 23, says the State Department, it issued more than 19,000 visas to citizens of the seven countries the department lists as states that sponsor terrorism. More than 11,000 of these visas were issued to citizens of the five terror-sponsoring states in the Middle East - including 5,849 to Iranians, 3,673 to Syrians, 1,042 to Iraqis, 1,037 to Sudanese, and 188 to Libyans.

2003-03-03 00:00:00

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