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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Luis Vassy
"There are no exceptions to biometrics fingerprinting for regular visa applicants," Mr. Vassy said. "It is also my understanding that French journalists coming to the U.S. go through a similar process, that includes also fingerprinting, both for the visa application and at the entry port."
Luis Vassy, an embassy spokesman, said his government implemented the new requirement in January.