Letter writer Inger del Vecchio does not mention the third category of travelers at MIA’s immigration bottleneck: permanent residents. Since the “improvement” at MIA, citizens are subject to the agony of having to queue in the long visitors’ line, up to two hours or more, instead of the shorter citizens’ lines as in the past. If Immigration wants to “even” the lines, it would be more appropriate to redirect the green cards once and for all into the citizens’ line. After all, we all live in the same country, pay the same taxes and most are frequent business travelers who could make more productive use of their time.
Guy Posschelle, Coconut Grove