Prince Harry, Meghan Markle on the brink of losing £12m American residency over one SHOCKING huge mistake

Prince Harry’s future in the US hangs in the balance as his visa application faces scrutiny, with potential repercussions for his family’s life in America. The Heritage Foundation has taken legal action against the Department of Homeland Security, seeking access to Harry’s visa records, particularly his disclosed history of drug use. The DHS has denied the request, citing privacy protections akin to those for medical records.

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Currently, the case is in the hands of Judge Carl Nichols, who is reviewing the matter privately in chambers, leaving the public and Harry waiting on whether the details will be made public. Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams discussed the implications with The Sun, noting the possible embarrassment for Harry. Meghan and Harry moved to the US in 2020 after quitting the Royal Family. Mr. Fitzwilliams remarked: “The fact of the matter is that it will be very embarrassing, or may be very embarrassing.” He further commented: “Harry may have included drug use on his application form. If he hasn’t, it will unquestionably make headlines, and that will not be beneficial so far as the Sussexes are concerned.”

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While Harry’s present visa remains valid, its renewal could pose challenges, sparking speculation about potential deportation. Such an outcome would force Harry to abandon his Montecito life with Meghan and their children, Prince Archie (5) and Princess Lilibet (2), as well as their £12 million home adjacent to an apple orchard. Mr. Fitzwilliams has raised concerns about a perceived “double standard,” stating that Harry, who has publicly criticized the Royal Family, could possibly be the one at fault, either through potential deceit in his US government clearance process or due to possible preferential treatment given. This is a matter of concern for the Heritage Foundation.

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According to The Sun, attempts were made by Harry to halt the release of his visa application details. The ongoing court case between The Heritage Foundation and others versus US Homeland Security was initiated on February 24 in Washington DC. In an exclusive discussion with the Daily Express US, Gita Gorgi, a US-based immigration lawyer, shared: “I suspect that the judge will weigh the reasons and benefits that the Heritage Foundation argued for making the information public, versus the right to Prince Harry’s privacy and DHS’s interest in keeping the information of private individuals and its matters private.”

This legal battle could have significant implications for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, potentially affecting their Montecito mansion and their life in the United States. Stay tuned for further developments!

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