UK infant mistaken for terrorist after grandpa messes up visa form
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By PTI | Published: April 17, 2017 09:11 PM
LONDON: A three-month-old infant was summoned to the US consulate in the UK after his granddad coincidentally ticked a container guaranteeing the youngster was a fear based oppressor.
Processing plant proprietor Paul Kenyon, 62, had wanted to fly his family to Florida, US, for an occasion to his estate in Orlando, yet committed the error on the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) frame his grandson Harvey Kenyon-Cairn expected to get into the nation.
Instead of ticking no when asked “Do you try to take part in or have you at any point occupied with fear based oppressor exercises, reconnaissance, damage, or genocide?,” Kenyon ticked yes, The Telegraph detailed.
Harvey Kenyon-Cairns’ application was denied and he was made a request to go to a flame broiling from US authorities in London. Kenyon went down with his girl and Harvey’s mom, Faye, from his home in Poynton, Cheshirein England to the international safe haven only three days before their flight, yet the visa neglected to touch base in time.
He conceded the entire undertaking cost him an additional 3,000 pounds as he needed to pay for additional flights so that Faye, 27, her accomplice John Cairns, 31, and Harvey could in any case accompany them. “I had filled in the initial five structures all effectively, yet it was taking some time. I had no clue I had committed an error on the infant’s shape until Harvey’s travel was declined to the US. I couldn’t trust that they couldn’t see it was a bona fide botch and that a three-month-old child would be no mischief to anybody. Harvey was even summoned down for a meeting to the US Embassy. I truly couldn’t trust it,” Kenyon said.
“I ran down with him and his mum and took him in for the meeting, however he can’t talk as he’s so youthful. Americans will walk against Donald Trump again this end of the week,” he said.
All qualified universal voyagers who wish to go to the United States under the Visa Waiver program must apply for authorisation under the ESTA.