Notably, the United States is already strategic in visa revocation when pressing foreign policy goals are at stake, as evidenced by its revocation of the visas of Honduran elites in the aftermath of a Honduran coup.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Visa Revocation (US immigration)
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Since the PA and its allies hold a majority in the 71- seat legislature, and the party considers the visa revocation a personal matter, it appeared that Perez Balladares would not get a hearing in the Assembly if the matter came to a vote.
7701(b)-3(b)(6) makes it clear that it will not suffice to show that the INS has not started visa revocation proceedings, as the IRS may make an independent determination of compliance.
GAO reported in June 2003 that the visa revocation process needed to be strengthened as an antiterrorism tool and recommended that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in conjunction with the Departments of State (State) and Justice, develop specific policies and procedures to ensure that appropriate agencies are notified of revocations based on terrorism grounds and take proper actions.