A British foreign policy analyst recently voiced criticism of the Biden administration, accusing it of blocking a think tank’s request for Prince Harry’s immigration records.
Nile Gardiner, a former aide to the late Margaret Thatcher, called the administration’s response arrogant and dismissive, disregarding the concerns of the American people about immigration enforcement.
Gardiner further pointed out that the final decision on the release of Prince Harry’s immigration records would rest with federal judges in the United States. He hinted at a major announcement to come, indicating that the case against the Duke of Sussex was progressing.
Specifically, Gardiner referred to a motion that had been filed in DC federal court, urging US Customs and Border Protection (CPB) and US Citizenship and Immigration Services ( USCIS) to expedite their response to a request regarding Prince Harry’s immigration status, particularly in light of allegations regarding his drug use.
The Department of Homeland Security is currently facing a lawsuit demanding the release of Prince Harry’s immigration records. The Heritage Foundation Watch Project launched the legal action to gather information from government authorities about whether the Duke of Sussex received preferential treatment from the US government.
According to the organization, Prince Harry admitted in his book “Spare” that he was a frequent drug user. In their complaint, they cited US immigration law, stating that admission to a drug-related crime would bar an individual from entering the country, except for obtaining a temporary waiver. .