Now that international travel is finally opening, I am contemplating a trip to visit my daughter and her family. She and her husband work for the Department of Defense in Germany.

The new regulations for travel say I need a passport, a letter from my daughter stating my reason for travel, a COVID vaccination card and proof of a recent negative COVID test. Returning to the US I will need the same information, be in good health and be vetted through a background data check and verbal questioning by customs. Data on me will come from Homeland Security and Customs to check if I am a member of a cartel, have any outstanding warrants, involved in human trafficking, a drug smuggler, carrying weapons or terrorist.

A friend, upon hearing this, joked it may be easier to wade the Rio Grande, enter the US with few questions asked, and into the warm embrace of the welfare state. Even though an estimated 10% of the illegal immigrants carry COVID, no vaccination card or test is required to cross the southern border. You would receive shelter, food, medical care, transportation, and education, all at taxpayer expense.

As a bonus, plan to come with family members and hope to be separated, your children temporarily put in a Biden cage, and then you can sue for $450,000.00 under the Biden Administrations’ “sue and settle” policy.

What sense does the administration's different standard of entry for honest US citizens and legal immigrants versus illegal immigrants make? You tell me.

JOHN SURINAK

Delavan

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