The U.S. is buttressing its paperwork walls with new requirements for social media disclosures as part of revised visa applications.
Reported by Reuters earlier today, the decision from the U.S. government’s Office of Management and Budget was made over strenuous objections from education and academic groups during a public comment period. The new questionnaire will ask for social media handles dating back over the last five years and biographical information dating back 15 years.
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