I finally got around to checking out those scanned visa applications today. That's just insane. My only guess is that before 9/11, our biggest reason to deny a visa application was if we were afraid they were only coming to America to sponge off a couple free social services, so the visa inspectors (or whatever their called) got real complacent(sp?) at their jobs.
Well, Kaz, if she's engaged to you, I say get her the hell out of my country. (Kidding, of course).
I can see room for amibguity on some of these, but that leads to two questions:
1. Can we afford ambiguity on things like visa applications? 2. When the same guy submits three really different (and all suspect) applications, he's just got to be up to something. (Other than being a "teater" in "wasntwn").
Using a key to gouge expletives on another's vehicle is a sign of trust and friendship.
I don't see how that's the case. The 10th Amendment ensures that the national government is one of limited, expressed powers and that powers not given to the national government are retained by the states (i.e. legalizing or not legalizing abortion).