United States requests social networking accounts for get travel visa
The U.S. Department of State has introduced a new policy in dealing with visa application applications where applicants have to provide them with their account addresses on social networks.
This procedure will apply to all travelers to the United States, whether temporary or permanent, where they must list their account names on social networks within the requests sent.
If you don’t use one or all of those social networks, there’s an option for that too.
The implementation of the new policy comes more than a year after the start of the US foreign Service under the Trump administration to tighten surveillance and scrutiny for those interested in entering the country. Currently, the beginning will be only with the most popular social networks, but later the list that can be selected will extend to other less important and popular networks.