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U.S. is ready to give visas to the owners of neutral-status travel document
15:21 27.08.2012
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The United States completed carrying out internal procedures, which made it possible for the U.S. embassies and consulates to give American visa to the owners of the neutral-status travel documents – the State Ministry for Reintegration reports.  
We will recall you that on June 5 the U.S. has officially recognized neutral-status travel document. 
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