State Department apologizes for computer glitch

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A computer crash at the State Department is creating huge delays for potentially millions of people who are waiting for U.S. passports and visas.

The problem is worldwide and has been affecting the system since Saturday.

A State Department spokesperson says they are working to correct the issue as quickly as possible.

However, there is now a large backlog of applications, which is slowing down the process.




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1 Comment

  • JimBoInTx

    Hmmm? How to make room for all the illegals crossing the border? Go into computer system, select all legal applications, hit delete, call it a glitch.

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