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1. If I could go, I would tell the truth to the North American people. President Reagan personally ordered my visa to be denied.
2.  Although I wasn’t able to get a visa for Vietnam, I was able to talk with swift boat veterans to get a feel for the time and place, and I visited a tropical prison in the Philippines to get a sense of what a Vietnamese prison might have been like.
3. I don’t accept the status quo. I do accept Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
4. Hiring foreigners is more expensive and more difficult than hiring locals, because of the visa fees and long lead times for visa processing. And companies face a backlash by anti-immigrant groups for hiring foreigners. So they do it only because they have to.
5.  You have to live in Silicon Valley and hear the horror stories. You go and hang out at the cafes, and you meet entrepreneur after entrepreneur who’s struggling, basically – who’s had a visa problem who wants to start a company, but they can’t start companies.
6.  I have watched Muslims chant ‘Death to America!’ on the streets of Tehran, then privately beg me to help them get a visa to the United States.
7.  We should make it as easy as possible to be able to get a legal work visa – not citizenship, not a green card. Just a work visa, with a background check and a Social Security card so that applicable taxes would get paid.
8.  We should make it as easy as possible to be able to get a legal work visa – not citizenship, not a green card. Just a work visa, with a background check and a Social Security card so that applicable taxes would get paid.
9.  If you default on your Visa bill, nobody comes to repossess your refrigerator or auction off your shoes. The biggest penalty you’ll face is trouble getting future credit.
10.  The problem with the whole issue is that both sides need to be accommodated. There does need to be better border security for national security purposes, but in my view you cannot have better border security until you deal with the problem of finding a way for people to immigrate legally. People are not crossing the border risking life and limb to do so because they’re too lazy to go down to the visa office and apply legally.
11.  We’ve been in constant contact with the lawyer and he’s confident a visa should be granted by mid-April. Mick still has the deal with North East Promotions over there, and if things go according to plan will have his first US fight in May.
12.  We’ve seen a big increase in the percentage of customers who pay for gas with Visa and MasterCard instead of cash, and they also are shifting away from cards like American Express that have to be paid off in full every month.
13.  Last years number of international students was higher than the typical historical number. We were expecting five more international students last semester, but due to problems with their Visa they had to come one semester late.
14.  Mr. Fujimori has a normal tourist visa and any resolution is up to the courts. There is a note from the (Peruvian) embassy that is being turned over to Chilean courts, and they are the ones who must decide what happens to Mr. Fujimori.
15.  One of our Japanese students was planning on going home to Japan for spring beak, but his passport was destroyed in the fire. We were able to work with the Japanese government to get him to fly home, but they weren’t sure if he would be able to get a visa in time to return, so he has decided to stay in Rhode Island.
16.  NBC will own prime time for 17 consecutive days and nights. This gives us the widest possible audience and allows us to showcase Visa products, services and messages.
17.  I have a big decision to make, since my visa to stay here expires in 2008. Do I stay in the U.S. and get a graduate degree in kinesiology, or go back home and play for the Polish National Team? It’s a real-life decision I have to make soon.
18.  We can help demystify the visa process experience. This is a sizeable campus with a great interest in having foreign students come.
19.  It is clear from our inspection and reviews that the department has made substantial improvements that have strengthened the non-immigrant visa process since Sept. 11.
20.  My position is simple on President Aristide and any other citizen who wants to come to Haiti. Article 41 of the Haitian Constitution says that no Haitian needs a visa to enter or leave the country.
21.  Our rental business stays very busy. And we don’t require a Visa or MasterCard.
22.  Removing those territories from the migration zone will mean that it will not be possible to make a valid application for a protection visa or temporary protection visa while in those areas.
23.  We had to send him back. His work visa was pending. He was on a temporary visa.
24.  Visa Signature cardholders have an affinity for the arts and entertainment, so offering them the best in live entertainment is one way we’re developing card benefits that go beyond the payment of goods and services and match their personal interests.
25. Visa’s CISP reflects a commitment to information security, intelligent business and superior customer care. We are privileged to earn this recognition from Visa and look forward to continuing to work with acquiring banks, merchants and service providers to enable them to demonstrate compliance with this important information security standard.
26.  Visa continues to gain ground and as Visa sends more and more transactions over its network, it just gets stronger and stronger. The money will be used, in part, to better compete for co-brand deals with airlines and large merchants worldwide.
27.  Visa prepaid cards continue to gain in popularity as cardholders demand more choice and flexibility in how they pay and want to be paid. By providing a more convenient and secure way to pay, Visa prepaid cards will help simplify one critical aspect of the U.S. Olympic Team’s journey, so they can focus on what’s most important.
28.  We have already raised our concerns about recent changes to the visa regime for international students as well as further measures proposed by government, including plans to abolish the right of appeal for international students who are refused visas, that risk making us less attractive as a study destination.
29.  We are not satisfied with the current situation, and regard it as abnormal when the Czech authorities refuse to simplify the visa regime for Russians.
30.  Time and again, whenever we have posed any kind of challenge, Visa enacted punitive new rules tailored to interfere with our business plans and our ability to compete.
31. Those are some of the steps taken to make sure the Visa Waiver Program ( search ) is a safe and effective way to letting people get into the United States, because obviously we don’t want to choke off travel here altogether.
32. The penalty for any bank that decides to issue cards on the Discover or American Express networks is severe. Visa and MasterCard rules are clear. They will throw banks out of their network, thus having the effect that banks must exit the retail banking business.
33.  We are delighted to confirm that Visa has signed an eight-year partnership agreement with FIFA and will become one of six FIFA partners with global rights to a broad range of FIFA activities.
34.  We do expect to be making decisions on these visa applications fairly quickly.
35.  We have got only a three-day visa and after travelling on Sunday we will have to go back on Tuesday which is a very short period. Apart from cricket we can’t do anything else.
36.  We actually prohibited the attempt by Visa to impose a similar rule in Europe,
37.  There has to be a few widely accepted cards — kind of the Visa and MasterCard of the identity world — and it’s not clear that anyone wants that job.
38. This really isn’t about the visa at all. This is about the authorities not wanting to let us document the abuses there.
39. When Martha gets out of jail and decides to race pumpkins in Canada, she gets her visa in record time,
40. The reason he’s in custody is because his visa has been cancelled. The reason his visa has been cancelled is because he’s received an adverse security assessment
41. What’s that Visa commercial? Priceless. Every single day, Coach Bryant and my dad, I think about them a couple of times a day because they are the two men that impacted my life more than anyone else and there isn’t a day that goes by when I don’t think about them.
42. You have to reform the visa program. The chain migration system doesn’t work. You need a guest workers program.
43. every day until they get another visa to return to Kabul and visit with the detainees.
44. And you could as a result of that information be provided a visa which will allow you to be in the United States, allow you if necessary to work in the United States and provide a basis for your someday becoming a citizen.
45. Even though it’s a tough environment for travel related stocks, the catalyst for American Express is going to be the ruling against Visa and MasterCard. It’s a very significant positive.
46. I spent the whole Sunday in the queue for the ticket. I appeal to both countries to relax the visa process. It is a must — it is more important than opening rail tracks and air and bus links.
47. It was the result of an incorrect communication through a third-party network provider that affected Visa check card users. The transaction was supposed to result in an authorization, not a hold.
48. The strong spending volume Visa is experiencing, and the trends we’ve seen leading up to Thanksgiving, bode well for merchants this holiday season.
49. The success of the banks’ legally suspect practices has given them tremendous market power. Merchants have no choice but to accept Visa and MasterCard products on the sellers’ terms. Otherwise they lose customers and sales.
50. Any legislation we support will have to include visa programs.
51. Schools will be accountable for confirming the status of student visa holders, the INS will be accountable for enforcing violations of that status, and the American people will gain a measure of assurance that students visiting our country are who they purport to be,
52. Back when he was 8 years old, they had a 90-day visa on him and his grandfather didn’t do anything about it.
53. The mishandling of the would-be airplane bomber Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab’s visa is only the latest piece of evidence that the granting of visas should be taken away from the State Department. For the granting of visas – especially today, when terrorism is such a complex threat – is far closer to being a law-enforcement function.
54. You must understand the environment in Pakistan … this has become a money-making concern. A lot of people say if you want to go abroad and get a visa for Canada or citizenship and be a millionaire, get yourself raped.
55. There’s drama at the border. Visa overstays is a yawn.
56. The numbers Visa has seen over the Friday and Saturday period are encouraging, but we will continue to watch over the next several weeks to see if the positive trends hold true, … Based on the data Visa has seen to date, we remain cautiously optimistic that this will be a good holiday season for merchants.
57. The airlift situation is not seamless and although in the last year we have seen, for example, Continental Airlines starting non-stop service from Newark to Beijing and Air Canada doing service from Beijing to Toronto, the difficulty of the visa over the US presents a problem for the Chinese.
58.  I’m gonna wait ’til they open back up and go in there and operate with ’em, you know, check ’em out. They told me my account is going to stay the same number, my credit cards, my Visa cards, all that stuff.
59. I’m from China, on business to America. My visa in my bag.
60. I have no doubt… (the government) feels it will be less of an affront to China if some other form of visa is offered.

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