Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after drugs ... trends now

Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after drugs ... trends now
Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after drugs ... trends now

Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after drugs ... trends now

Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after admitting about his illicit drug usage, immigration experts have warned.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, confessed to doing cocaine, smoking cannabis and taking hallucinogenic mushrooms in his upcoming memoir.

Typical applicants would be denied a visa over their history with illegal substances, but US authorities note entry into the country is granted on a 'case-by-case' basis.

It is unclear if Harry, who moved to California with his wife Meghan Markle in 2020, detailed his drug use on his visa application. Immigration experts warn that if he 'lied' about his past, the Duke could have his visa revoked.

Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after admitting about his illicit drug usage, immigration experts have warned. The Duke of Sussex is pictured drinking in Belize in March 2012

Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after admitting about his illicit drug usage, immigration experts have warned. The Duke of Sussex is pictured drinking in Belize in March 2012

Harry (pictured with his wife) moved to California with Meghan Markle in 2020. Most applicants with a history of drug use would be denied American visas, however immigration decisions are made on a 'case-by-case' basis

Harry (pictured with his wife) moved to California with Meghan Markle in 2020. Most applicants with a history of drug use would be denied American visas, however immigration decisions are made on a 'case-by-case' basis

In his new autobiography 'Spare', Harry revealed that he first took cocaine on a shooting weekend at age 17. He did a 'few more lines' on other occasions.

The one hard-partier also admitted to hallucinating during a celebrity-filled event in California and smoking cannabis after his first date with Meghan.

Most applicants with a history of drug use would be denied American visas, however immigration decisions are made on a 'case-by-case' basis, The Sunday Times reported.

US immigration rules state an individual's 'current and/or past actions, such as drug or criminal activities . . . may make the applicant ineligible for a visa'. 

It is unclear what type of US visa Harry holds, but analysts speculate he either holds a spousal visa - sponsored by his American wife - or a O-1 visa which is given to people with 'extraordinary ability'.

If Harry holds an O-1 visa, which is often given

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