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Visa fees for international artists to tour in U.S. shot up 250% in April

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By MARIA SHERMAN

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If the application is not accepted, that money is not refunded

Highway robbery. USCIS is acting with no oversight.

But because this only affects foreigners, few if any Americans will speak out against this.

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USA is running out of money...

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USA is running out of money...

It's literally the number one economy in the world.

Come on Russia, you're going to have to come up with more believable propaganda than that.

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Go to Japan and make a name there, Bon Jovi did!

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We have made many visa applications for Japanese bands. That is an outrageous increase. Not all artists and musicians are of the rich type. Others come from poorer countries. The visa application must be perfect otherwise it is denied and no refunds.

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Well there go the indie bands and smaller opening acts. Guess if your featuring with Taylor Swift your golden

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I guess this increase is to offset the fee waivers for all the illegals who come into the country who claim they can't afford the fees when they apply~

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