The US ambassador to Ghana has hinted that, former presidents and vices of Ghana will have to join queues for visa application into the United States of America unless there is a strong protocol measure that will match that of the Americans.
Mr Robert Jackson said if Ghanaians make their protocol measures more effective, then the process will be fastened for the President and his vice.
He was quick to add that there are changes in their protocol arrangement which has resulted to that decision.
Mr Jackson added that, MPs and Ministers will have to go through the normal process of queuing for their visa which should in a normal process be processed within 48 hours.
The foreign affairs committee pleaded with the US ambassador to reduce the price of visa purchase since the money is not refunded after being rejected.
But the ambassador said the embassy is not willing to reduce the price of visa and not willing to change the status quo as it is done in every country.
He also hinted of Ghanaians who will soon be deported for illegally staying in the country.
He revealed this to the foreign affairs committee in parliament.