Actually my point is that Dan got it backwards. Saudi doesn't issue visas to
allow its citizens to visit the US. The US issues that kind of visa, since a visa
is permission to visit, and foreign countries don't have the authority to do
that. Saudi Arabia can issue visas to allow foreigners to visit *their* country
(although good luck if you're a woman or a tourist -- hajj and business visas are
pretty well all that Saudi Arabia issues).
"John W. Redelfs" wrote:
> At 04:50 PM 9/27/02 -0600 Marc A. Schindler favored us with:
> >> Can you support your statement that the Saudi's are granting visas without
> >> US approval? Anyone can print anything they want to, but that doesn't mean
> >> that we have to allow them entry.
> How about, "I heard it on MSNBC news?"
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