A new study shows that foreign travelers find entering the United States to be both a fearful and frustrating experience. The study, which was conducted by the polling firm RT Strategies for the Discover America Partnership, came up with a number of key findings, including: Travelers rate the U.S. entry process the “world’s worst” by a two-to-one margin over the next-worst destination; they are more likely to worry about immigration officials than crime or terrorism when considering whether ...

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