The U.S. is placing visa restrictions on Myanmar (also known as Burma) and Laos for failing to accept their nationals when the U.S. seeks to deport them. "Burma and Laos have denied or unreasonably delayed accepting their nationals ordered removed from the United States," the Department of Homeland Security said in a news release. The State Department Tuesday ordered consular offices in the two countries to begin visa restrictions on certain categories of visas. They are as follows: BURMA: Discontinuing "issuance of all B1 (work) and B2 (travel) nonimmigrant visas for current officials at the Director General level and above from the Burmese Ministries of Labor, Immigration, and Population (MOLIP) and Home Affairs (MOHA), and their immediate family members, with limited exceptions." LAOS: Discontinuing "issuance of all B1, B2, and B1/B2 nonimmigrant visas for current officials at the Director General level and above from the Lao Ministry of Public Security...
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