February 18, 2024

Prince Harry Facing Court Showdown Over Immigration Records

Prince Harry is currently on the cusp of a legal showdown that few people ever face.

What's his big day in court all about?

The prince is currently facing a hearing over attempts to keep his immigration records secret.

Prince Harry has reportedly been considering becoming an American citizen, but a judge in Washington, D.C. may soon expose records he may prefer to remain hidden.

An American think tank is seeking to force America's Department of Homeland Security to release Prince Harry's immigration records to determine if he admitted to past drug use when he entered the United States in 2020.

Anyone applying for a visa to live and work in America must answer the question: "Are you or have you ever been a drug abuser or addict?"

In Prince Harry's memoir, the man also known as the Duke of Sussex admitted to having used drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, and magic mushrooms.

An immigration lawyer said, "This could be very serious for Prince Harry. If he didn't tick the 'yes' box when he entered the States then his visa will be reviewed and it is possible it could be revoked. If he is thinking of applying for citizenship, then having his visa revoked would be a disaster."

What the people angry at Prince Harry aren't really commenting on is the difference between having used a drug and being addicted to a drug.

As far as I know, Harry never said he was ADDICTED to cocaine or marijuana, he just said that he had used them.

The visa application apparently asked whether Harry had ever been addicted to drugs, not whether he had ever used them recreationally.

Do you think that this should have any impact on Harry's attempt to possibly become an American citizen?

Let us know your thoughts on the matter in the comments section below.

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