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They had already spent more than £1,500 on plane tickets and had been organising the trip for months.
But this week US Embassy officials denied the schoolboy a visa to enter the US.
They said there was a risk he would not leave the US at the end of his holiday and refused his application under Section 214 (b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
So let's see, border perimeters wide open all along Mexico, with endless influx's of immigrants pouring through.
But a UK 9 year old coming for a Disneyworld vacation is now an 'immigration threat'? Man do we ever have some mentally challenged folks running certain departments here...
During the visa interview they look at each application individually and consider professional, social, cultural and other factors. In cases of younger applicants who may not have had an opportunity to form many ties, consular officers may look at the applicants specific intentions, family situations, and long-range plans and prospects within his or her country of residence. Each case is examined individually and is accorded every consideration under the law.