The active organization of US President Donald Trump has given another impermanent principle for African terrorists.
US News citing Reuters announced that the new guideline could require vacationer and business voyagers from two dozen nations, most in Africa, to pay an obligation of as much as $15,000 to visit the United States.
The U.S. State Department said the brief last principle, which produces results December 24 and goes through June 24, targets nations whose nationals have higher paces of outstaying B-2 visas for vacationers and B-1 visas for business voyagers.
The Trump organization said the half year test case program expects to test the possibility of gathering such bonds and will fill in as a strategic prevention to outstaying the visas.
Trump, who lost a re-election bid earlier this month, made restricting immigration a central part of his four-year term in office. President-elect Joe Biden, a Democrat, has pledged to reverse many of the Republican president’s immigration policies, but untangling hundreds of changes could take months or years.
Historically, U.S. consular officers have been discouraged from requiring travelers to the United States to post a bond, with State Department guidance saying processing of the bonds would be “cumbersome,” the temporary rule said.
Countries whose tourist and business travelers could be subject to the bond requirement include those from Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sudan, Chad, Angola, Burundi, Djibouti and Eritrea. Other countries include Afghanistan, Bhutan, Iran, Syria, Laos and Yemen.