Hisham Al-Khayat, left, a prominent Kuwaiti neurosurgeon with ties to the South Florida medical community, and his wife were denied entry into the U.S. last week despite being in possession of valid nonimmigrant visas. His and his wife’s visas have since been revoked, he said. The couple and their family had planned a trip to South Florida.
Hisham Al-Khayat, left, a prominent Kuwaiti neurosurgeon with ties to the South Florida medical community, and his wife were denied entry into the U.S. last week despite being in possession of valid nonimmigrant visas. His and his wife’s visas have since been revoked, he said. The couple and their family had planned a trip to South Florida. Courtesy of Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe
Hisham Al-Khayat, left, a prominent Kuwaiti neurosurgeon with ties to the South Florida medical community, and his wife were denied entry into the U.S. last week despite being in possession of valid nonimmigrant visas. His and his wife’s visas have since been revoked, he said. The couple and their family had planned a trip to South Florida. Courtesy of Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe

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August 02, 2018 02:03 PM