Czech Republic To Deport Two Americans

In In The News, Law on February 11, 2008 by Petr Bokuvka Tagged: , ,

This is the most unique immigration-related issue I have ever heard of.

Two Americans face deportation after being caught by the Immigation Police, news server writes.

They had stayed longer than their visa had allowed them to. When caught, the two men suggested that they would not leave the country as ordered, so they were put in a custody cell, police source was quoted as saying.

IDIOTS. They have tourist-visa-free regime and they mess up with the system. They stayed three months longer. Extension of their original visa would not take much, though.

Before the Czech Republic joined the Schengen Treaty, all that Americans had to do was cross the border into Schengen and then go back. Let’s say, to Germany and back. Now they would have to travel very far, maybe to the Ukraine, the daily notes.


One Response to “Czech Republic To Deport Two Americans”

  1. […] 12, 2008 by Petr Bokuvka The two Americans that I mentioned two posts below who were arrested for violating visa regime in the Czech Republic seek asylum here, the […]

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