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What's the problem.....Can anybody point me out any problem?

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Dec 1, 2007 at 17:15

I'm perfectly legal in the US as a foreigner.

Yet, not anymore, but in the past, in every time I applied to a Visa, which should be every two years, going out of the country to renew my right- I had to be photographed, fingerprinted frisked, they tracked what kind of financial assets I had in my country, tracked the history of my family, plus hours on the Embassy line, along with a payment as of $ 400 plus for a couple at least. We also had very long lines for each phase, and once an interview.

Plus, thousands of dollars spent in air flights.

They tracked our criminal records and even asked letters of recommendation from personalities or known Americans in my country, in addition to thrice letters from the University.

I never, ever complained about. Indeed, all times had a great time and felt grateful that somebody was caring about the Islamist Threat in the US, which ultimately would improve a more pleasant living here- unlike mercenary teachers from the University itself and false Americans leftists that make our life miserable.

I embraced every single track, treated in the best sense of the term "British" every official and bystander with or without authority and had a great time always. After the screening, soft talking sometimes, with jokes and even hints about good places to go in the country I was born.

Could even contemplate new technologies for security and ask about.

I do not understand why these people complained so much about passing through screening.

I was not born American yet the American Lieberman finds the defense of her house an action very disappointing. ...

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Title Commenter Date Thread
1A Muslim when convenient [68 words]Wulfgar HamzaNov 6, 2010 16:20179980
Religious favoritism [48 words]Steven KappeAug 20, 2010 21:48177033
Fingerprinting and criminals-- NOT! [29 words]BBMay 13, 2009 14:43155370
Privilege to Travel - not a god given right. [138 words]AussiemanOneDec 2, 2007 16:28115581
Border Security A Primordial Must-Have [317 words]GeoffDec 2, 2007 08:01115572
What's the problem.....Can anybody point me out any problem? [277 words]YnnatchkahDec 1, 2007 17:15115545

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