U.S. Travel Says Senate Would ‘Irreparably Harm’ Visa Waiver Program

This month, Congress passed legislation that adds new requirements to the Visa Waiver Program. The U.S. Travel Association approved of the changes, but is opposed to elements of a bill introduced in late November that requires all Visa Waiver Program visitors be required to submit biometric information before arriving in the U.S. This would drive up the price of the program’s application fee. U.S. Travel believes this added measure would discourage travel into the country. For the full story, click here.

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