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ISI clearance mandatory for visit to Pak, foreigners told

December 19, 2009

In a major policy decision, the government has made it mandatory for the Pakistani missions abroad to issue visas to foreigners intending to visit Pakistan only after their clearance from the country’s top intelligence agency ISI.

Well-placed government sources told TheNation on Friday that the move had come after thorough deliberations and in view of the security situation in the country. Sources privy to these developments maintained that the decision had been taken after reports of undesired activities of some foreigners especially, the Americans and foreign journalists.  According to the informed sources, the intelligence agencies have taken serious notice of the objectionable activities of some foreign journalists in Gilgit-Baltistan during the recent elections.

Sources said that under the new guidelines, the foreigners intending to visit Pakistan will have to give the purpose of their visit and duration of their stay with an NOC so as to hold them accountable.  Sources further said that those whose visas had expired and needed short duration visa would have to go back to their respective countries in line with the new guidelines. Pakistani origin nationals from various western countries including the US would, however, go through the same Code of Conduct/procedure for their visas.

The Nation

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27 comments

  1. hahahahha , backward cow piss indian are like dogs busy fighting tigers hahahha

    Indians are animals !!!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/8411225.stm


  2. The best news I have heard in many years.

    But for God sake,don’t let it look like as Army’s decision.It should have come as a presidential or prime ministerial order so that the message goes “LOUD AND CLEAR”


  3. ISI & Pak Army……..Every true Pakistani respects them very much. Its good to see them finally taking a bold stance masha’ALLAH.

    Pak-Army – The Army of Lionhearts
    ISI Zindabad
    Pakistan Paayendabad!


  4. oh my allah this is going to be fun ISI checking on every airport….i hope they strip the US diplomats naked and embarress them like helllllllllllll…

    muaaaahaa haaaa haaaaa haaaaa


    • Why would ISI strip thier american masters ?


  5. I did not understand the last part. Would Pakistanis with a foregn passport be spared from these new checkings?


  6. WoW. This is the best news I’ve heard so far.
    But there’s another news I’m impatiently waiting for: Successful Nation-wide Operation to Eliminate Foreign Spies.

    If I get a kiloton of gold I’ll gift it to the person responsible for this operation.


  7. @Idealist

    On a softer note,you want somebody gives you a gift so that you can pass it on.


  8. Mashallah good news but pakistanis have to be very very careful against these yajujs and majoojs


  9. A great move on part of Pak government. Pakisan has every right to improve homeland security measures just like USA did. ISI will not be checking the passports at the gate. Passports probably will have to go to Pakistan where the identity of these travellers verified, their history of activity analyzed.

    India does the same for Pakistani nationals. I once enquired about the requirements. It can take upto 6 months for a Pakistani national to get Indian Visa. Even if that person is a US Citizen but list his birthplace as Pakistan, he has to wait for upto 6 months. Passports are sent back to India for verification.

    The same will be done in Pakistan. Great security measures. Now when will Pakistan secure her Pak/Afghan borders?


    • No one can psycially man the border with afghanistan you will require 1 million or so personnel. the best alternative is complete sealing of border using modern technolgy. Pakistan raised this idea back in 2006 but it was rejected by US and afghan govt


  10. ooohh great.. mashAllah, thats really great..
    I LOVE MY PAK-ARMY I OWE MY LIFE FOR THEM..
    PAKISTAN ZINDABAAD..


  11. nice decision


  12. Well done ISI. But this is only the start. We need to go all the way and stop their supplies to Afghanistan. Inshallah soon.


  13. Thank God,

    ISI Zindabad


  14. ISI must be verify the activity of all those persons are elected by nation of Pakistan and after one or two years we see they are involve in corruption then we are not able to take stand against them still we are face these activities


  15. what the FUCK! U cant Share such Content on FACEBOOK, It says SUM USERS have Reported this content as ABUSIVE, (CONTENT BLOCKED) :o\ WTF Is going onnnnnnn!!!


  16. Beter late then never.


  17. oooooooooo good news thats the great news which I have heard good job to that person who took that decision hope we will continue such type of bold decisions in future good security measures taken by the………. hope we will secure our ext and int border


  18. LIKE THE BROTHER STATED ALSO STOP THEIR SUPPLIES TO AFGHANISTAN THESE SO CALLED DIPLOMATS ARE REALLY BLACKWATER MERCENERIES IN DISGUISE OF DIPLOMATS
    ONLY COMING TO PAKISTAN TO CAUSE HAVOC IE BOMBONGS IN CIVILLIAN AREAS THEN BLAMING TALEBAN


  19. THATS BOMBING IN PAKISTAN THIS SO CALLED BLACKWATER


  20. It is about time, I like to see the scum bags like Hussain Amrecani and Shaitan Malik hanged in Islamabad, Please please make it happen the message this will send to Americans and hindus will be heard across the globe. InshaAllah Pakistan Zidabad


  21. wel done ISI v proud of u for that bold steps but it is not end it just begging.
    Good luck
    I,m always presented whenever this beautiful country need my blood
    !!!!PakStaN ZinDaBaD !!!!
    !!!ISI payendabad!!!!


  22. very good news


  23. blackwater or xe like i stated earlier your days are numbered in pakistan and mr ten per cent zardari yours also and your henchmen ameen


  24. GREAT… feel proud to see this news..
    pakistan zindabaad



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