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Friday, March 30, 2018

US Government To Ask Social Media History To All Visa Applicants

The American dream has become even more difficult to fulfill. If the plan will be approved, US visa applicants also will be required to submit five years of social media accounts, previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities under the "extreme vetting" policy of President Donald Trump. The US is home to thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and migrants and the dream country for most nationalities.
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The American dream has become even more difficult to fulfill. If the plan will be approved, US visa applicants also will be required to submit five years of social media accounts, previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities under the "extreme vetting" policy of President Donald Trump. The US is home to thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and migrants and the dream country for most nationalities. Advertisement         Sponsored Links    </  The US government plans to collect social media history from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump’s policy of “extreme vetting.” Most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants — about 14.7 million people — will be asked to list on a federal application form all of the social media identities that they have used in the past five years — information that will be used to vet and identify them, according to the proposals. The State Department will publish the proposals in a notice in the Federal Register on Friday seeking approval from the Office of Management and Budget. The public has 60 days to comment on the requests. The proposals support President Donald Trump’s campaign pledge in 2016 to crack down on illegal immigration for security reasons and his call for “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the United States. The department said it intends not to routinely ask most diplomatic and official visa applicants for the social media information. If approved, applicants also will be required to submit five years of previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities, the department said. Courts have struck down the first two versions of Trump’s travel ban and the current one is narrower in scope than its predecessors. The Supreme Court will consider its legality this spring and a decision is expected in June.       Read More:  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Tips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families    How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?

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The US government plans to collect social media history from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump’s policy of “extreme vetting.”
Most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants — about 14.7 million people — will be asked to list on a federal application form all of the social media identities that they have used in the past five years — information that will be used to vet and identify them, according to the proposals.
The State Department will publish the proposals in a notice in the Federal Register on Friday seeking approval from the Office of Management and Budget. The public has 60 days to comment on the requests.
The proposals support President Donald Trump’s campaign pledge in 2016 to crack down on illegal immigration for security reasons and his call for “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the United States.
The department said it intends not to routinely ask most diplomatic and official visa applicants for the social media information.
If approved, applicants also will be required to submit five years of previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities, the department said.
Courts have struck down the first two versions of Trump’s travel ban and the current one is narrower in scope than its predecessors. The Supreme Court will consider its legality this spring and a decision is expected in June.

The American dream has become even more difficult to fulfill. If the plan will be approved, US visa applicants also will be required to submit five years of social media accounts, previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities under the "extreme vetting" policy of President Donald Trump. The US is home to thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and migrants and the dream country for most nationalities. Advertisement         Sponsored Links    </  The US government plans to collect social media history from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump’s policy of “extreme vetting.” Most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants — about 14.7 million people — will be asked to list on a federal application form all of the social media identities that they have used in the past five years — information that will be used to vet and identify them, according to the proposals. The State Department will publish the proposals in a notice in the Federal Register on Friday seeking approval from the Office of Management and Budget. The public has 60 days to comment on the requests. The proposals support President Donald Trump’s campaign pledge in 2016 to crack down on illegal immigration for security reasons and his call for “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the United States. The department said it intends not to routinely ask most diplomatic and official visa applicants for the social media information. If approved, applicants also will be required to submit five years of previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities, the department said. Courts have struck down the first two versions of Trump’s travel ban and the current one is narrower in scope than its predecessors. The Supreme Court will consider its legality this spring and a decision is expected in June.       Read More:  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Tips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families    How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?



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