Recently, President Obama cancelled the Visa Waiver Program in 38 countries. Now, individuals from these 38 countries who hold dual citizenship from Iraq, Sudan, Syria and Iran must now get a Visa to visit the United States. In the past, people from 38 countries, including the United Kingdom, Japan and Chile, could travel to the United States for 90 days with just a passport. Under the new changes made to the Visa Waiver Program, Iranian-Americans like tech entrepreneur and Code.org founder Ali Partovi have become second class citizens. News story from San Francisco Chronicle.