At 10:02 AM 9/29/02 -0500 [EMAIL PROTECTED] favored us with:
>If a country wants to require exit visas for its citizens, I think 
>that is the country's perogative.  

And it also an individual's prerogative to not travel to that country.  I have always 
had a barely conscious fear of not being able to get back.  That is one reason I have 
never been to Europe or the Middle East.  There were Americans in Europe when WWII 
broke out that didn't get home until the war was over.

>I find it unusual, though, that 
>a country would require the obtaining of a visa for a foreigner 
>to leave.  I understand detaining a person if there has been a 
>criminal problem or something, but the general concept of 
>requiring permission for a visitor to leave strikes me as being 
>a bit unusual.

John W. Redelfs                                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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