Long lines and shoe inspections aren't the only hassles of post-9/11 travel. New visa rules and security precautions are popping up all the time. Here's a selection of the latest regulations affecting Asian travelers to the U.S. and the U.K:
CHINA, SOUTH KOREA
Due to the U.S.'s Patriot Act, most Chinese and South Korean nationals who want to visit the States must show up in person for an interview at an American embassy or consulate. Due to a special waiver program, however, South Koreans can travel visa-free to the U.S. protectorate of Guam.
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