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pk- ()     11/03/2005 21:01 PM

My Mom who is 71 yrs and on a wheelchair recently was deported back from India due to an expired Visa.
Although she had a 10 year visa which she applied for in 2000, they had handwritten below that it would expire in 5 yrs. It was like a fine print with no stamp or signature. On the next page there was a stamp that it expires in June 2005. I would it the responsibilty of the airline when she checked in to see if the Visa was valid and if it was not then she should not have been allowed to board the flight. Also, since she is a senior citizen instead of putting her on the next flight back to US, isnt there some rule that would allow them to atleast stay there for a day before borading a long flight. It was really sad to see her go through this.

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