Questions are raised about Prince Harry's U.S. visa

 May 20, 2024

Some big questions are being raised about Prince Harry's U.S. visa, including whether U.S. authorities vetted him for past drug use. 

This is according to a new report from the Daily Mail.

The outlet explains that this all comes after Harry admitted, in his memoir Spare, to using drugs.

It was this admission that has led to efforts to make public Prince Harry's immigration records. Thus far, however, they continue to be kept under wraps.

Is Prince Harry getting special treatment?

It is certainly possible, and many would even argue probable.

"London-based US Immigration lawyer Melissa Chavin said the Duke could have been on an 'A-1 Head of State' visa, which is used by heads of state and royal family members, since he is fifth in line to the throne," the Daily Mail reports.

What this means is that Harry would not have been subject to the same security checks as others.

Chavin explained, "For an A-1 Head of State visa, the security and background check questions are not the same as for most visa applicants. They are only vetted for espionage, terrorism and activities contrary to US foreign policy."

If true, then U.S. authorities would not have vetted Harry for his past drug use.

Controversy continues to follow Meghan and Harry

This isn't the only controversy that Harry and Meghan Markle have recently found themselves at the center of. Reports were recently released indicating that, during their trip to Nigeria, Harry and Meghan were flown around the country by Air Peace, an airline founded by Dr. Allen Onyema.

The only thing is that Onyema is a wanted fugitive.

The New York Post reports:

Onyema, 59, is the subject of a US federal indictment filed back in November 2019. He was charged in a $20 million bank fraud and money laundering case, according to the US Department of Justice.

The question, of course, is why Harry and Meghan decided to associate themselves with a wanted fugitive. They are now claiming that they didn't know. The Post reports:

Reacting to the allegations, a source close to Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, told the Daily Beast that the couple’s travel in Nigeria was organized by the Nigerian Chief of Defense Staff. The insider also noted that Air Peace “is the largest airline in Nigeria and West Africa, and has daily flights from Lagos to Britain’s London Gatwick airport.”

These two just can't seem to do anything right.

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