By Hilary Kimuyu and Agencies |
Kenyans who have overstayed their visa in the United States are not among Africans who will be targeted in President Donald Trump’s latest order for a crackdown on visa overstays.
The White House has said it plans to crackdown on the hundreds of thousands of foreign visitors who have overstayed their US visas.
According to the US Today newspaper, the crackdown will target 12 per cent of immigrants who travel to the US on short-term visas but fail to leave upon expiry.
Based on President Trump’s guidelines, 21 countries whose 35,442 citizens overstayed their US visas in 2018 could face sanctions.