May 262016
 May 26, 2016  Surveillance

From the Hell-No dept., Murtaza Hussain reports:

A new immigration bill under consideration by the House Judiciary Committee would impose unprecedented restrictions on U.S. citizens seeking to sponsor the immigration of their family members, requiring that all parties submit to mandatory DNA testing as part of their visa applications.

H.R. 5203, the Visa Integrity and Security Act of 2016, would require that “a genetic test is conducted to confirm such biological relationship,” adding that, “any such genetic test shall be conducted at the expense of the petitioner or applicant.”

Read more on The Intercept.

  One Response to “Bill Would Require DNA Samples From Americans When Sponsoring Family Visas”

  1. I do not know how this is legal either but then again, this is the House and most of the stuff that goes on over there I question…

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