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AILA Doc. No. 17080332 | Dated August 3, 2017 | File Size: 214 KDownload the Document
DOS 60-day notice and request for comment on Form DS-5535, Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants. The form is currently in use but was previously granted an emergency approval valid only for 180 days. Comments are due 10/2/17. (82 FR 36180, 8/3/17)
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
[Public Notice: 10065]
60-Day Notice of Proposed Information Collection: Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants
ACTION: Notice of request for public comment.
From the notice:
The Department proposes requesting the following information, if not already included in an application, from a subset of visa applicants worldwide, in order to more rigorously evaluate applicants for terrorism, national security-related, or other visa ineligibilities:
Regarding travel history, applicants may be requested to provide details of their international or domestic (within their country of nationality) travel, if it appears to the consular officer that the applicant has been in an area while the area was under the operational control of a terrorist organization as defined in section 212(a)(3)(B)(vi) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(3)(B)(vi). Applicants may be asked to recount or explain the details of their travel, and when possible, provide supporting documentation.
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