Attention, al-Qaeda terrorists: If you want to enter
the U.S. to commit more 9/11-style mayhem, don't worry about
concealing your intentions from officials at the U.S. State
Department, since they apparently couldn't care less.
The department's official non-immigrant visa application,
otherwise known as form D-156, actually states that applicants who
admit they want to commit terrorist acts may still be good visa
"Do you seek to enter the U.S. to engage in subversive or
terrorist activities, or any other unlawful purpose?" the
application reads. "Are you a member of a terrorist organization as
currently designated by the U.S. Secretary of State?
"A YES answer does not automatically signify ineligibility for a
visa," the form assures.
News of the State Department's terrorist loophole comes via
illegal-immigration critic Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., who first
brought the wacko provision to the attention of the Washington
Times' John McCaslin, who reports it in Thursday editions.
Tancredo has compiled a list of 55 "unbelievable but true
immigration stories" that are guaranteed to curl the hair of even
the most ardent open-immigration supporter.
Other nightmare regulations include a provision that allows
Saudis who regularly travel to the U.S. to dodge a State Department
interview by obtaining a visa through travel agents or "drop boxes"
adjacent to U.S. consulates in their home country.
Fifteen of the 19 Sept. 11 hijackers had Saudi backgrounds.
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