Tag: visa

COMMENTARY

The Architects Of Our Failures?

Colonization in reverse, long visa lines or quiet unheralded emigration, the journey to foreign shores continues with increased pace but not undue haste. Why? We point to our leaders, fevered Pied Pipers playing fervent discordant notes, and dancing, prancing towards an abyss. It’s quite true, something is amiss. There are scraps of truths, mostly lies, of our mighty warriors’ feuds, […]

NEWS

The U.S. Decreases B2 Visa Validity For Cuban Nationals

Effective March 18, 2019, the United States will reduce the B2 visa validity for Cuban nationals to three months with a single entry.  U.S. immigration law requires that U.S. visa fees and validity periods be reciprocal, insofar as practicable, with the treatment accorded to U.S. citizens. Cuba allows U.S. citizen tourists a single entry for a stay of two months, […]