The Duke of Sussex said he has taken several illicit substances during interviews ahead of the release of his memoir Spare.
Prince Harry’s at risk of deportation over d*ug use
Ms Ross said: “I can’t imagine if Prince Harry gets deported. What a drama that would be.
“You know, this is true, when you apply for a visa application you have to sort of prove that you’re a really upstanding citizen, there is no chance you’re going to be in trouble in your new country and you have to declare that you’ve never taken part in illegal substances.
“I do wonder how Prince Harry answered that question and that’s what they’re calling for here.”
A photo of a woman holding a US flag and documents from the Citizenship and Immigration Services.
‘Public has a right to know’: Meet the lawyer scrutinising Harry’s visa over d*ug use
A US lawyer is demanding the release of Prince Harry’s visa application over concerns he was given “preferential treatment” into the US following the Duke’s recent admissions about his past d*ug use. The Duke of Sussex revealed in his tell-all memoir, Spare, and in recent TV interviews that he had taken cocaine, cannabis and magic mushrooms in the past.
She added: “This will be an interesting story to see how it plays out.
“I’m not sure that this is a good look for Prince Harry.”
Ms Garibaldi responded: “This can come back and bite him in the butt.
“This cannot be a good thing.
Prince Harry relocated to Montecito in California with his wife and children.
“So we will have to wait and see what happens. You know there could be some repercussions to this we will have to wait and see.”
The conservative-leaning Heritage Foundation is calling for Harry’s visa application to be released so American taxpayers can see if the father-of-two declared his d*ug use.
Mike Howell, director of the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, said: “This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illicit substance use and further questions regarding the Prince’s d*ug use and whether he was properly vetted before entering the United States”.
Despite the request, a US State Department spokesman said: “Visa records are confidential under Section 222(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA); therefore, we cannot discuss the details of individual visa cases.”
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The Heritage Foundation is calling for Prince Harry’s visa application to be released.
American immigration law could hand out significant penalties if someone is found to have lied to officials, including deportation and being barred from applying for citizenship.
Former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani told Page Six: “An admission of d*ug use is usually grounds for inadmissibility.”
Express.co.uk has approached the Duke of Sussex’s representatives for comment.
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