Feds Release New Travel Rules To Keep Terrorists Out
The changes affect those who have traveled to or are nationals of Iran, Iraq, Sudan and Syria.By Kate Grumke | January 21, 2016
To keep out potential terrorists, the Department of Homeland Security has announced changes for travelers visiting the U.S.
Those changes are to the U.S. Visa Waiver Program.
Currently, citizens from 38 countries the U.S. deems low-risk can travel in the States up to 90 days without a visa. That's after they're screened by Homeland Security and Customs, of course.