New rule to require certain travelers to pay bonds to enter U.S.
Travel will resume from overseas and elsewhere some day. We hope And a new federal rule will be costly. For many travelers from overseas. The Trump Administration is issuing a temporary rule requiring travelers from two dozen countries to pay a bond as much much as as $15,000 $15,000 to to visit visit the the U. U. S. S. It It targets targets country's country's most most in in Africa, Africa, like like Liberia Liberia and and Chad, Chad, but but also also other other countries countries like like Bhutan Bhutan and Laos that the state Department says have high rates of travelers over staying visas. It takes effect December 24th and runs through June.