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Pictures: President Obama at Disney World

President Barack Obama today visited Walt Disney World to announce he intends to expand the U.S. State Department's Global Entry Program for trusted international visitors; expand and accelerate visa application processing for such countries as Brazil, India and China; and attempt to add more countries to the Visa Waiver Program that allows foreigners from 36 countries to skip the visa process. The moves all are designed to make it easier for international travelers to visit the United States. Florida and Disney World are among the favorite destinations of international travelers, including free-spending Brazilians, who spend an average of $5,000 each per visit.
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