■■■Michalel R. Pompeo is the new U.S. Secretary of State, after March 31, 2018 Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency And Christian religious conservative. Former member of the U S. House of Representatives for Kansas’s 4th district (w 66.7%). Former member of the U.S House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Director of the Counterintelligence Mission Center,  ■■■Top Pompeo quotes on : ■■■Collection of metada. Data about other data: “Congress should pass a law re-establishing collection of all metadata, and combining it with publicly available financial and lifestyle information into a comprehensive, searchable database. Legal and bureaucratic impediments to surveillance should be removed. That includes Presidential Policy Directive-28, which bestows privacy rights on foreigners and imposes burdensome requirements to justify data collection.” ■■■Radical Islam” “We are engaged in a struggle against radical Islam, the kind of struggle that this country has not faced since its great wars.”[ ■■■North Korea : “It would be a great thing to denuclearize the peninsula, to get those weapons off of that, but the thing that is most dangerous about it is the character who holds the control over them today.” ■■■ Terrorism: “Muslim leaders who fail to denounce acts of terrorism done in the name of Islam are “potentially complicit”  ■■■ Terrorist in Guantanamo Bay detention camp: “It looked to me like a lot of them had put on weight.” ■■■Iran : “I look forward to rolling back this disastrous deal with the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.” ■■■ Israel : ” Netanyahu’s efforts to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons are incredibly admirable and deeply appreciated”. ■■■■ Russia : “Russia has reasserted itself aggressively, invading and occupying Ukraine, threatening Europe, and doing nearly nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of ISIS.” ■■■Edward Snowden: ” reform the Federal Records Act..”

■■■■》”The Visa Revocation Under INA 212(a)(2)(C) And The Failure to Declare Monetary Instruments in Some Countries.” By Glenn R. Morales. #INA212(a)(2)(C) means a “controlled substance violation according to the laws and regulations of any country or U.S. state.” If foreign travelers have negotiable monetary as cash currency, in their possession a regular “Report Transportation of Currency” must be submitted to Customs Officers upon they entry into a foreign country or the U.S.. In many countries as Jamaica or Costa Rica, the failure to declare monetary instruments can result in its seizure and the arrest of the visitor with the subsequent effect of a local criminal conviction, linking this “failure to declare” with a money laundering operation. After the criminal justice process abroad , the international sharing of police-customs data will lead to: • U.S. Visa revocation under #INA212(a)(2)(C), • visa denial under #INA212(a)(2)(C), and will result in a border inadmissibility to enter the U.S.(airports, seaports, land ) with a valid visitor visa under #INA212(a)(2)(C). There are cases in which the U.S. Immigration Officials at a given U.S. airport or other port of entry decide to revoke someone’s valid visitor visa because they find an entry in the info electronic system that says that the person is, or was once, suspected of laundering money, or of trafficking drugs, There are confused consular situations abroad, in which the person whose visitor visa has been revoked under #INA212(a)(2)(C) has never really been involved in any of the offences either in the U.S. or in any other part of the world Consular Officers at U.S. Consulates abroad will review visa applications ( non immigrant or immigrant visas ) and will make an determination on legal waivers or pardons for inadmissible aliens under the frame of the law, the federal rules, the Customs and Border Protection and the Department of State policies considering the following criteria : •The risk of harm to society if the foreign national is admitted. • The seriousness of the foreign national’s prior immigration law or criminal law violations, and • The foreign national’s reasons for wishing to enter the U.S. @Glenn R. Morales.