Venezuela Imposes Visa Restrictions Against U.S.

by Admin on March 6, 2015

On February 28, shortly after the United States passed visa restrictions against “corrupt” Venezuelan officials, Venezuela announced mandatory $160 tourist visas for all U.S. citizens as well as a reduction to the U.S. embassy staff in Caracas, reports Fusion.

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said, according to Fusion, the new visa policy for U.S. citizens visiting Venezuela will be a quid pro quo for “the same price that they charge Venezuelans at the U.S. embassy.”

The Thailand Lawyers for U.S. Immigration at Chaninat and Leeds specialize in assisting Thai fiancées of U.S. citizens with U.S. immigration.

Maduro also said the U.S. has more than 100 employees in at its embassy in Venezuela, while Venezuela only has 17 in Washington, D.C.

The “eye-for-an-eye” mentality continued as Maduro released a list of U.S. politicians it would deny entry to Venezuela for human rights violations, including George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Marco Rubio, among others.

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