IND vs WI USA T20: Players still not getting US VISA, last 2 T20s may be transferred

IND vs WI USA T20: IND vs WI T20 Series: Cricket West Indies are on a big fix in their plans to host…

IND vs WI USA T20: IND vs WI T20 Series: Cricket West Indies have run into major problems with their plans to host the last two T20Is in Florida. India and West Indies players are yet to get visas. The matches were scheduled for August 6 and 7. As the organizing board, CWI was supposed to take care of the logistics, it is learned that the BCCI has stepped in to help with the visa issue. Follow India vs West Indies live updates on InsideSport.IN.

“Some already have visas for the US. But some still haven’t got the visa. We are in touch with both Cricket West Indies and also through our Ministry of External Affairs to try to get things going. But at the moment, this is how things stand. Since CWI hosts, they are free to make changes to the existing schedule,” A senior BCCI official told InsideSport.

IND vs WI USA T20: India and West Indies players yet to get visas, CWI plans to host last two T20s in Caribbean, follow live updates

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IND vs WI USA T20: India and West Indies players yet to get visas, CWI plans to host last two T20s in Caribbean, follow live updates

However, if things don’t work out, CWI will host the last two games in one of the Caribbean islands Central Broward Park in Lauderhill, Florida was the original host as part of the ICC’s initiative to promote cricket in the United States. However, visas have become a problem, especially for players from India. While some have already received their visas, many are yet to arrive from both squads.

Both sets of players were supposed to receive travel documents to the United States in St. Kitts and Nevis where the second and third T20Is were scheduled to be held. However, they still are. According to a Cricbuzz report, the players may have to return to Trinidad for visa documents before traveling to the United States.

With logistical problems, CWI is considering changing the schedule and hosting the remaining two matches in the West Indies.

“Options are being explored as we continue to pursue the possibility of obtaining outstanding visas,” CWI President Ricky Skerritt told Cricbuzz.

India and West Indies players arrive in St Kitts and Nevis: Meanwhile, players from India and West Indies have reached St. Kitts and Nevis for the second T20I. The match will be held on Monday.

IND vs WI USA T20: India and West Indies players yet to get visas, CWI plans to host last two T20s in Caribbean, follow live updates

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