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Pakistan: Reporting on Visa Delays That Disrupt U.S. Assistance Could Be Improved
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
Pakistan is a key U.S. partner in the effort to combat terrorism and violent extremism. In FY 2002 through 2012, Pakistan received more than $26 billion in U.S. funding. To travel to Pakistan to implement and oversee programs, U.S. officials are required to obtain a Pakistani visa and, depending on the length of their stay, may need to apply for a visa extension once in Pakistan. U.S. officials have expressed concerns about delays in obtaining Pakistani visas. Congress has also expressed interest in receiving information on Pakistani visa delays, such as requiring that State and DOD certify information regarding timely issuance of visas to officials before providing or reimbursing certain funding for Pakistan. This report examines (1) the extent to which U.S. officials experience delays obtaining Pakistani visas and the effects of these delays; and (2) steps U.S. agencies have taken to address Pakistani visa delays. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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