Prince Harry could lose his visa because of drug stories in memoirs?!
Prince Harry he should have thought twice about spilling tea about his drug use – because it could come back to bite him!
After being candid about experimenting with marijuana, cocaine, and psychedelic mushrooms in his memoirs Preventive (not mentioned in the book’s lengthy press tour), conservatives are accusing the Duke of Sussex of potentially lying on his US visa application!
And if true, some legal experts say that could be grounds for the government to expel Harry from the country! Sorry!
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This is the deal. An advisory organization based in Washington, DC called Heritage Foundation are currently behind a growing campaign to make Harry’s visa application public so US taxpayers can see if the 38-year-old declared drug use on his visa. . So they are struggling to see any emails, texts, WhatsApp or other correspondence related to Harry’s visa (as well as the actual application) to make sure the case is handled properly. Mike HowellDirector of Heritage monitoring project said in an adoption statement DailyMail.com:
“Widespread media interest in Prince [Harry]His drug abuse certainly raises possible questions regarding his application for US residency. Public trust in the government is certain to suffer if DHS, CBP, and USCIS fail to properly examine such a well-known case. Furthermore, if Prince Harry were to receive preferential treatment, it would also reduce public confidence in the application of equal justice under the laws of DHS, CPB and USCIS.”
OH. They are taking this seriously!
Although it’s never been clear what kind of visa the royal had filled out when he moved to the US with his wife Meghan Markle In 2020, the most common paperwork is called an ESTA application. It is given to most UK tourists and covers a very important question:
“Have you ever broken any laws regarding the possession, use, or distribution of illegal drugs?”
Apparently, Prince Haz has been VERY open about his drug use in recent months, but until the memoir was released he was previously very tight-lipped about rumors about his prehistory. his drug use. So if he doesn’t tell the truth, he could face serious penalties, such as deportation and being barred from applying for citizenship. On the other hand, if he told the truth and was still allowed in, some people who hated him would be upset because he was given special treatment.
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former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani speak Page Six on Tuesday night:
“Admitting drug use is often grounds for inadmissibility. That means Prince Harry’s visa should have been denied or revoked because he admitted to using cocaine, mushrooms and other drugs.”
And in the opinion of experts, “there are no exceptions for royalties or entertainment use.” He seems to be suggesting that Harry may have been lying…
That said, not everyone thinks this is a big deal. immigration lawyer Sam Adair told the outlet it was “unlikely that these admissions will cause problems” as Harry has no criminal history. In addition, attorneys James Leonard doesn’t think revealing in a memoir that “you tested for drugs when you were young” is enough to warrant an investigation into his visa. He explained:
“Immigration is not going to do anything based on that. If he gets caught or if he gets DWI, then we’ll have another conversation.”
Similarly, there is a possibility Game Invictus the founder has never filled out an ESTA application, which would require him to disclose his substance use. He may have obtained an O-1 visa, which is granted to people with “extraordinary abilities”, such as Justin Bieber And Hugh Jackman. This legal document is valid for three years, that is King Charles IIIHis youngest son will be extended within a few weeks. Even with Harry’s most recent admission, Adair doesn’t think he’ll have a hard time staying in Cali:
“I don’t know what the duke’s visa status is in the US, but breaking the law could be a problem in getting a visa extension or re-entry into the US. But recreational drug use that is not subject to criminal surveillance is unlikely to cause problems with someone’s visa status.”
The United States Department of State doesn’t seem to care about the controversy either, as they said in a response to DM:
“Visa records are confidential under Section 222(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA); therefore, we cannot discuss the details of individual visa cases.”
Looks like the conservatives don’t get far in this battle. But damn. This must stink for Harry. First, he was actually deported from the UK and now his new home is at risk too! Think? DO YOU think Harry’s application should be questioned??
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