Prince Harry’s Immigration Records Spark Controversy: What’s Hidden?

In a surprising turn of events, the US authorities face accusations of concealing Prince Harry’s immigration documents following his admission of past drug use in his revealing memoir, “Spare.” Nile Gardiner, a former aide to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, has called on the Biden administration to come clean about the contents of Harry’s immigration application.

Gardiner emphasizes the importance of accountability, transparency, and openness regarding the immigration application of such a high-profile individual. He points out that the refusal to release the records implies there might be something to hide, making Prince Harry a key figure in supporting the release of these documents.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has defended Prince Harry’s right to privacy concerning his immigration status in the US. However, a US court case initiated by the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, has sought more information about the issuance of Harry’s visa despite his drug use admission. The Heritage Foundation argues that under US law, someone admitted to drug offenses is generally deemed inadmissible to the United States.

Harry’s memoir details his experimentation with drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, and psychedelics, which has raised questions about his eligibility for entry into the US. The Foundation believes there is a “widespread public and press interest” in the case, prompting their request to release Harry’s immigration file.

The government’s response indicates that while the records may have some public interest, they are not yet convinced of a compelling need to release them. Notably, other celebrities like Diego Maradona and Amy Winehouse were denied entry to the US due to past drug use.

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