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Indian Government May Deny All American Passengers Entry Into the Country


Indian Government May Deny All American Passengers Entry Into the Country

Travel is the moving of individuals between different distant geographic locations. The amount of space that a traveler can cover in a day is called the travel time. Travel can be done with or without luggage, by bicycle, foot, car, train, plane, boat or any other means and is one way of travel or round trip. There are three types of travel; road, rail and air travel. Air travel is very common and it can be either by land, sea or air.

Airlines do random drug screenings before each flight, but passengers have the option to refuse to take the tests. This choice would affect the airline’s rate of safety for the airplane. If a passenger refuses a drug test, the airline will be required to let the passenger know the reason for the refusal and also provide the option of another airline that will allow the passenger to continue with the flight. Airlines that allow passengers to refuse random drug screenings are required to post the policy in a place where it will be seen by other potential passengers. If a passenger continues to refuse a drug test, they will be required to undergo a further drug test administered by an airline security officer.

The U.S. Embassy in India posted a travel advisory to its employees stating that they may be denied entry into the country due to certain reasons. Certain Indian government officials have been directed to not give the U.S. Embassy any information regarding the reason for their refusal. A U.S. Embassy spokesperson stated that the travel advisory is a general statement and cannot be taken as all inclusive information about the matter. There are often varying standards for various government departments and levels of government.

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