Elizabeth M. Klarin comments on the proposal for visa applicants' social media search
April 4, 2018 | Immigration Blog
Click here to read Elizabeth M. Klarin’s thoughts about the proposal for visa applicants to surrender 5 years of their social media history and the impact it will have on travel to the U.S.
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