Actually my point is that Dan got it backwards. Saudi doesn't issue visas
allow its citizens to visit the US. The US issues that kind of visa, since
is permission to visit, and foreign countries don't have the authority to
that. Saudi Arabia can issue visas to allow foreigners to visit *their*
(although good luck if you're a woman or a tourist -- hajj and business
pretty well all that Saudi Arabia issues).
NO Marc, _I_ didn't get it backwards. I originally challenged John's
contention that the Saudi government was issuing US visas to it's citizens
without getting US approval for those visits. I think that we were actually
together on this issue.
"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
> >> US approval? Anyone can print anything they want to, but that doesn't
> >> that we have to allow them entry.
> How about, "I heard it on MSNBC news?"
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