WASHINGTON: US visa applicants should disclose their user names for social media platforms and provide biographical information before entering the country #AceNewsDesk – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – June.02: The Trump administration has rolled out a new questionnaire on Thursday for U.S. visa applicants worldwide that asks for social media handles for the last five years and biographical information going back 15 years #AceNewsDesk reports

Trump Administration Approves Tougher Visa Vetting, Including Social Media Checks Published on June 01, 2017 at 05:30PM From a report: The new questions, part of an effort to tighten vetting of would-be visitors to the United States, was approved on May 23 by the Office of Management and Budget despite criticism from a range of education officials and academic groups during a public comment 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.

Under the new procedures, consular officials can request all prior passport numbers, five years’ worth of social media handles, email addresses and phone numbers and 15 years of biographical information including addresses, employment and travel history.

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