U.S. Reintroduce 3% Rejection Rate Threshold For Visa Waiver

The United States will reintroduce, as of July 1, a threshold of 3% from the current 10% for visa rejection rates allowing qualification in the Visa Waiver program, as the U.S. hasn’t implemented a system of monitoring exits on airports until June 30.

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U.S. Reintroduce 3% Rejection Rate Threshold For Visa Waiver

Contacted by MEDIAFAX, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the measure to go back to the 3% threshold is not new and is a consequence of the fact that U.S. authorities haven’t implemented a monitoring system of exits.

The U.S. Embassy to Bucharest told MEDIAFAX in January that the visa refusal rate threshold would be reset at 3% instead of 10% as of July 1.

Although the threshold for Romania was at 10% so far, the U.S. embassy said in January that the visa refusal rate for the fiscal year 2008 was of 25%.

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