Trump administration approves tougher visa vetting


In United States, the Trump administration has revealed another survey for US visa candidates worldwide that requests web-based social networking handles throughout the previous five years and personal data backpedaling 15 years.

The new inquiries, some portion of a push to fix reviewing of would-be guests to the United States, was endorsed on May 23rd by the Office of Management and Budget in spite of feedback from a scope of training authorities and scholarly gatherings amid an open remark period.

Critics argued that the new questions would be overly burdensome, lead to long delays in processing and discourage international students and scientists from coming to the United States