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One more think on the Travel to Pakistan story

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in response to reader comment: Yes, Americans could easily travel to Pakistan in the 80's

Submitted by Kevin (United States), Jan 22, 2009 at 21:43

While I didn't find it on the State Department web site, someone did find it on a Federal Depository Library Archive web site, the original State Department travel advisory on Pakistan from 1981. It confirms that Americans could get a 30-day visa at the Pakistan border.

http://dosfan.lib.uic.edu/ERC/travel/cis/southasia/Pakistan.htm

Click on "1981"

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