A deal Turkey has made with the European Union for visa-free travel offers an avenue for ISIS fighters to travel to countries in Europe that have visa-waiver programs to enter the United States, regional sources tell Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. In this way, fighters could come from Syria into Turkey, which has been assisting ISIS. Then they could travel under the visa-free travel arrangement into a European country where they could get the necessary paperwork to enter the U.S.
While Turkey isn’t one of them, there are some 38 countries already part of the U.S. visa-waiver program. They include the countries of the European Union. Turkey also has been in discussion with the U.S. State Department to join the VWP. It, along with eight other countries, is regarded as one of the “road map countries” that have expressed interest in joining the VWP. READ MORE