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State Department is more generous to young Muslims

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Submitted by Yelena (United States), Oct 16, 2002 at 12:48

Everybody is under impression that Visas were given to everybody. But in fact the State Department was so generous only to young Muslims. 2-3 years ago we invited our friends from Russia, a middle aged married couple, both engineers, who have kids, who were not coming with parents, both have jobs in Russia, to visit us for 2 weeks.

The answer was: 'No'. So it is something about Islamic countries, that the State Department loves very much.
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