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Poland one step closer to visa waiver by US Senate


sobieski 107 | 2,128
10 Jun 2014  #31
Poland wants to be the Trojan Donkey - everything to please the NSA and the torture practices in Szczytno. And still you have to face an idiotic, imbecile US official at the imbecile US Embassy -and still that same imbecile turns down your visa application. Btw I am mystified why anyone, anybody would like to go to the US voluntarily.
Cardno85 31 | 976
10 Jun 2014  #32
Btw I am mystified why anyone, anybody would like to go to the US voluntarily.

I agree, if you are looking for money then go to the UK or Germany. Why try the US where the risks outweigh the rewards?
f stop 25 | 2,513
10 Jun 2014  #33
Btw I am mystified why anyone, anybody would like to go to the US voluntarily.

for the beaches, boating, fishing, surfing... the good life :)
jon357 63 | 14,134
10 Jun 2014  #34
From sea to shining sea. It's always been a place where people go to make a new life :-)
f stop 25 | 2,513
10 Jun 2014  #35
Btw I am mystified why anyone, anybody would like to go to the US voluntarily.

for the beaches, boating, fishing, surfing... the good life :)

Repeat. How did this happen??
Monitor 14 | 1,821
11 Jun 2014  #36
True a bit however in this case I don't get it- why not judge it by the number of ppl that overstay?

When you care only about your citizens and don't care about foreigners at all, then it's a good system. It's more effective than what you suggest. I think that one way to judge people by their behavior and still have low number of overstays would be introduction of GPS handcuffs. The same which are used for some criminals now. 800zł Visa fee should be enough to cover its cost.
f stop 25 | 2,513
11 Jun 2014  #37
Oh yea, Lenka, I'm worried they'll overstay! Or they will not. The Polish people I know think they have an inalienable right to leave whenever they're good an ready. :)

WTH are you talking about, Monitor, GPS trackers??
Lolek2
12 Jun 2014  #38
Would that be one step out of 39?
Miloslaw 6 | 2,288
4 Oct 2019  #39
[moved from]

Trump makes it easier for Poles to come to the USA.

In a brief statement the President told reporters on Friday that he had signed a document giving Poland a full visa waiver, meaning Poles will now be able to travel to the US for business or as tourists for up to 90 days without a visa.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,569
4 Oct 2019  #40
That's discrimination!!!! He should allow all 7 billion to come here forever and immediately sign up for welfare, obtain citizenship and vote next November. Plus, 10k a month of free income for life.

I read that the feds have a large number of 100-dollar plates and printers stored away at Fort Knox for just such situation.

Now, if anyone here thinks that I finally lost my remaining two brain cells, don't be stupid. My two cells are fine. I just paraphrased the 2020 American fascists' election platform. Maybe not word for word, but close enough.
Dougpol1 30 | 3,046
4 Oct 2019  #41
visa waiver, meaning Poles will now be able to travel to the US for business or tourists for up to 90 days without a visa

Long overdue. Not signed off and delivered yet, but has to be good - what do the Americans want in return?
Joker 1 | 1,113
8 Oct 2019  #42
A big shiny new wall along the Mexican Border:)

I don't care about getting anything in return from Poland and other Americans don't care as well. Its not a green card or citizenship, so big deal.

Poles in Chicago are happy, but still suspicious of the govnt.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,569
8 Oct 2019  #43
what do the Americans want in return?

Only one thing: go home when the time is up.


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