Uncertainty hanging over India-West Indies T20 matches in US due to visa issues | Cricket News

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NEW DELHI: India’s cricket team’s last two games of the ongoing T20 series against West Indies in the United States hang in limbo as West Indies Cricket (CWI) plans to hold the matches in the Caribbean due to visa issues.
According to a report on ‘cricbuzz.com’, members of both sides have yet to receive their US visas, forcing CWI to put an alternative plan in place.
Central Broward Park, LauderhillFlorida in the United States has been designated to host the games on August 6 and 7, but according to the report, many members of the Indian and Caribbean teams have not received their US travel documents.
“Having the games in the Caribbean is not unlikely, but efforts are being made to resolve the visa issue,” a West Indies cricket source was quoted as saying by the website.
“Initial information was that players would receive US travel documents in St. Kitts where the teams arrived. But players may have to return to Trinidad for visa documents and from there to the United States. they get the green light.”
The CWI also confirmed the uncertainty surrounding the Florida games.
“There are options being explored as we continue to pursue opportunities to receive outstanding visas,” the CWI chairman said. Ricky Skerrit says the website.
India lead the five-game series 1-0 with the next two games in a row on August 1-2 in St. Kitts.


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