Prince Harry's key mistake could risk throwing away his dream life in £12m mansion

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Prince Harry’s visa application is up for debate, and based on the outcome, he could lose everything he’s built for him and his family in the US, it has been claimed.

The Heritage Foundation brought the Department of Homeland Security to court, demanding the release of Harry’s visa application, revealing his answers to prior drug use. The DHS refused to release the information, because it is considered private, simiilar to that of a person's medical records.

The visa application is currently with Judge Carl Nichols and is under review in chambers, but it’s yet to be decided whether or not the judge will reveal the answers.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams spoke to The Sun about how this could impact Harry’s credibility.

Mr Fitzwilliams said: "The fact of the matter is that it will be very embarrassing, or may be very embarrassing.”

He added: "Harry may have included drug use on his application form. If he hasn't, it will unquestionably make headlines, and that will not be beneficial so far as the Sussexes are concerned.”

Harry's current visa is valid, but it will need to be renewed, and when that time comes, he may face some problems, it's being said. If for some reason the renewal is declined, he could face deportation, ultimately forced to give up the life he's built in Montecito, California with his wife, Meghan, and their two children, Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 2, including the £12m mansion that backs up to an apple orchard.

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Mr Fitzwilliams is seeing a “double standard,” that Harry launched “attacks on the Royal Family,” and he may in fact be the guilty party, either lying to the US governmet to gain entrance to the country, or, telling the truth, and possibly being given preferential treatment, which is what the Heritage Foundation finds troubling.

He said: “If you attack an institution, supporters of that institution, or those who believe that you've been very unwise and very foolish, believe that there are double standards.”

According to The Sun, Harry tried to stop the release of the visa application.

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The Heritage Foundation et al. vs US Homeland Security case went to court in Washington DC on February 24 and is still ongoing.

Daily Express US spoke exclusivley to US-based immigration lawyer, Gita Gorgi, who said: “I suspect that the judge will weigh the reasons and benefits that the Heritage Foundation argued for making the information public, versus the right to Prince Harry’s privacy and DHS’s interest in keeping the information of private individuals and its matters private.”

“If a judge grants this FOIA request, it could open up DHS to many future such requests in the future for less public figures.”

“The judge may not want to set that precedence.”

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