By Julia Cameron • 24 March 2023 • 9:14
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The Heritage Foundation is a research institute which focuses on public policy. They are currently attempting to get a copy of Prince Harry’s American visa application from Homeland Security under the Freedom of Information Act.
The reason the organisation are anxious to see the application is to find out what Price Harry put in his application when asked about illegal drug use. In most cases, if a person answers yes, to the question have you ever used illegal drugs? Their application will be denied, or a person might have to have a drug test and a personal interview. If Homeland Security is satisfied after these hurdles have been jumped, then a person might get a special waiver which will allow the visa.
In Prince Harry’s book, Spare he admits to taking magic mushrooms, cannabis and cocaine and so the Heritage Foundation want to know if he was given a special waiver, or if he lied. The Freedom of Information Act request was filed on March 8 of this year. A delay is thought to have taken place owing to the fact that Prince Harry has several different official titles and legal names.
However, the Foundation’s attorney, Samuel Dewey confirmed that if he doesn’t get a satisfactory answer by April 12 the Foundation will then sue the government in the Washington DC Federal Court.
He went on to say “Even if he came in through a visa, it still has to be cleared by DHS, because you also have to be admissible to the country.”
If it is found that Prince Harry lied on his visa application he could be deported from the United States.
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Julia is an ex-pat writer from Brighton living in a small village close to the Andalucian town of Priego de Cordoba. When she's not working she enjoys reading, tracing her ancestry and swimming. She especially loves the summer when she can get down to the coast and chill on the beach.
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