A conservative group is calling for Prince Harry to be denied a visa and deported from the United States.
When Prince Harry detailed his history with pot and other drugs in his autobiography, it made heads turn, especially in conservative circles on both sides of the Atlantic. the Heritage FoundationA conservative think tank that has been in operation for more than 50 years has called for Prince Harry to be deported over his admission of past drug use including pot and cocaine.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Meghan Markle, and son, Archie. But Harry lives on his two sons’ visa There are no plans to obtain permanent residence in the United States or US citizenshipdespite his eligibility. the couple Leaving the royal family They moved to California in January 2020, where they continue to be a focal point for tabloids and aggressive paparazzi.
A representative from the Heritage Foundation said the organization is at war with the US State Department, as they refuse to disclose any details about Prince Harry’s visa application, Mercury News reports.
The power couple is often the two The goal of conservative media, which often siding with the royal family rather than Prince Harry. The Heritage Foundation entered the arena by challenging its visa status.
“This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illegal drug use and other questions regarding the prince’s drug use and whether he was properly screened prior to entering the United States,” Mike Howell, director of the Heritage Oversight Project, said. Tell the daily Mail.
In the controversial biography of Prince Harry additional, which was published last January, revealed that he first sniffed cola at the age of 17 and again on several other occasions. He also introduced his relationship after his first date with Meghan Markle. “I started doing it recreationally and then I started realizing how good it was for me,” Harry He said. “I would say it’s one of the key parts of my life that has changed me and helped me deal with the trauma and pain of my past.”
Prince Harry too Details of his adventures with mushroomsThey talk to the toilet and have strange visions. High times He was following his reports Use a bowl Since at least 2017 (Tyler Dooley, Meghan’s nephew and Meghan’s half-nephew Thomas Markle Jr., It entered the cannabis industry again in 2015 And they released Markle Sparkle I understand.)
Is Prince Harry’s visa really in danger?
But according to the law, visa records are confidential. “Visa records are confidential under Section 222(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA); therefore, we cannot discuss the specifics of individual visa cases,” a US State Department spokesperson said.
Legal experts aren’t sure if Harry’s past drug use might actually threaten his visa status, which would allow him to remain in the US to live and work. “An admission of drug use is usually grounds for inadmissibility,” former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani said Tell Page six. This means Prince Harry’s visa should have been denied or revoked because he admitted to using cocaine, mushrooms and other drugs.
New Jersey attorney James Leonard disagreed with Rahmani and said Prince Harry’s visa status was not in jeopardy.
“In the absence of any criminal charge relating to drugs or alcohol or any finding by a judicial authority that Prince Harry is a habitual drug user, which he clearly is not, I see no problem with what has been revealed in his diary in relation to the experiments. Recreational with drugs said Leonard.