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Possible rephrased title: Prince Harry’s visa sparks legal action against US government

US government bound for court over Prince Harry's visa

US government bound for court over Prince Harry’s visa

The US government is set to appear in court on June 6th to answer questions about Prince Harry’s visa application, after a conservative think tank filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to compel the agency to release the Duke of Sussex’s immigration records. The Heritage Foundation argues that the contents of the application are of “immense public interest”, given that Prince Harry has admitted to drug use, including cocaine, marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms, in his bestselling memoir “Spare”. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to the US in March 2020. Sources close to Harry have said that he answered questions truthfully on his visa application. The hearing will take place in DC federal court and will be open to the press.

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What is the Heritage Foundation?

The Heritage Foundation is a conservative think tank based in Washington D.C., with a stated mission of promoting conservative policies.

What is a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit?

A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit is a legal action taken to compel a government agency to release information requested under the Freedom of Information Act.

Why is the Heritage Foundation demanding access to Prince Harry’s visa application?

The Heritage Foundation argues that the contents of Prince Harry’s visa application are of “immense public interest”, given that he has admitted to drug use. The think tank also questions whether the Duke of Sussex’s immigration status in the US should be “reconsidered” in light of the revelations contained in his book.

What did Prince Harry admit in his memoir?

In his bestselling memoir “Spare”, as well as in multiple TV interviews promoting the book, Prince Harry came clean about using cocaine, marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms.

US government bound for court over Prince Harry's visa
US government bound for court over Prince Harry’s visa

Court proceedings loom for US government regarding Prince Harry’s visa status

The Department of Homeland Security will defend its decision to keep Prince Harry’s visa application private in a court hearing on 6 June. Conservative think tank, the Heritage Foundation, filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit arguing that the Duke of Sussex’s immigration records were of “immense public interest” due to his admission of drug use. Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, claimed the hearing was “very significant” and raised the stakes for the Biden administration. Harry and his wife Meghan Markle moved to California in March 2020 and bought a home after stepping back from the British royal family.

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