Prince Harry could be deported from the United States for drugs
Date: January 9, 2023 Time: 14:30:16
The prince’s admission that he once used cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms may turn him into serious trouble.
Prince Harry, in an attempt to draw attention to himself, did not say anything: he killed dozens of people in the war, and lost his virginity to who knows who… But another confession that the Duke of Sussex made well it could do him a disservice and close the door on the United States.
We are talking about the prince’s admission that at one time he used cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
Under US law, granting a visa to remain in the country is a purely individual decision, and the applicant’s past or present activities, such as drug use or criminal activity, may well be grounds for denial of a permit.
Prince Harry has opened up about his youthful tests for drugs, including cocaine, mushrooms and marijuana, in a widely heralded memoir due for publication tomorrow. Furthermore, the fugitive member of the British royal family has admitted to using cannabis after his first date with Meghan Markle in 2016.
According to The Mirror, it is not known what type of visa gives Prince Harry the right to stay in the country, but it is possible that it is the so-called O-1, which is issued to athletes and movie stars, valid for three years. . And this means that the British may soon need to extend it, which may result in a refusal and forced deportation.