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“Extreme Vetting” Goes Mainstream

Under new regulations, people applying for U.S. visas will need to provide five years’ worth of e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, and social media information. These requirements, first proposed as part of “extreme vetting” of refugees, will now affect almost 15,000,000 people a year. Martin Lester explains what we can expect.