in events within the. at this point, Rémy will not be attending Rampage unless he is somehow able to sort out a visa, and quick. That would include all athletes, whether a young basketball or soccer team from another nation or a professional athlete, whether earning any money in the US or not. As stated on the B1 visa page of the. "B-1 Business Visitor Ineligible Activities include; Participating as a professional in entertainment or sporting events. Events, oct 16, 2017 by, aJ Barlas, the list of riders unable to make it to the 2017 edition of the biggest freeride event in mountain biking continues to grow. No Rampage unless I can sort out a visa. Rémy informed us that his original efforts to the border were with a valid esta (and his passport, of course which is suitable for individuals who meet the criteria, including "planning to travel to the United States for business or pleasure". Rémy's runs down the intense Rampage course have been among the faster there are, with him hitting the features as if there were a clock timing the run. Since being denied access initially he has sought the assistance of lawyers, volunteered to refuse any kind of money as part of the event, whether prize money or the 5,000 in athlete expenses covered by the event promoters. Check out his 20 runs below. Despite all efforts from the parties involved, he has been informed to obtain a work visa (which will take up to two months if expedited). The B1 B2 got denied because they still think that I'm going so I can make money. Rémy Métailler has been denied access to the US with border security stating that the "purpose of the trip is to make money as a professional athlete". Rien à foutre Rémy! On les encule ces fils de pute, de toute façon la Rampage c'est de la merde! Une compète de merde dans un endroit de merde peuplé de mormons à la con. In February, the Hampton Bald Eagle Watch. Eagle Watching on the Mississippi River 2019 Bald Eagle Watching Events. Resident Obama has completed the yet another adaptation is put.