Witnesses say the suspect hid in a makeshift fort and repeatedly shot at golfers. But instead of ducking and running, the golfers decided to take matters into their own hands.
shaunm: I have lived and worked in 7 countries. Every one of them required a visa and work permit. Some were issued for 1 year, some for 2. None more than 2. If I were going to start a business in a foreign country, my immigration status would need to be secure, insofar as the host country laws are concerned. I knew several Americans who had their own businesses. Their immigration status was "permanent resident". That means they can come and go visa free and live there permanently. However, that is not citizenship. If they were to do something illegal or against the wishes of the host country, their permanent residence status could be revoked and they would either need to leave of request a visa. What is wrong with that?? I don't know what a cultural visa means in the US. I don't know if it entitles the person to work or own a business. What I believe is that unless you are a US citizen, you are required to secure your status according to the immigration laws of the US. How is that different from other countries??