When you’re stuck in a foreign country and can’t get a visa, what are you supposed to do?

In a new survey from The Huffington/YouGov, more than half of Americans believe that it is more important to stay home and stay at home when they have no plans to return home to the United States.

The study also found that 63 percent of Americans have experienced at least one domestic incident in the past three months that caused them to leave their home country. 

However, many Americans believe it is not a good idea to go home to their loved ones or friends who live in the same foreign country.

According to the study, nearly four out of five Americans believe their best option is to stay at their home countries until they get a travel document that allows them to travel home.

“When I get to my destination, I want to go back and tell the story to my family, friends, and people I have not met, to let them know I’m here,” said Laura Mihaylova, a 29-year-old from Florida.

“If I’m not allowed to go to my friends or family in the U.S., I think it’s a pretty good way to lose my connection to my country.”

A total of 57 percent of American adults, and almost one-fifth of Americans ages 18-34, said that if they did not have a passport or travel document, they would stay at least a few days at home to get a few weeks of vacation.

“I would like to come back and see how my family is doing.

I don’t want to be at home.

If I don-not have a travel visa, I don.

But I don t think I should stay home,” said one American woman who asked to remain anonymous.

Another study by Pew Research found that more than one-third of Americans say that they feel like they have a duty to go out to visit family and friends abroad, regardless of whether they have plans to stay in the United Sates. 

“I have family in a different country.

I have friends in a country that is different from my own.

I am concerned that if I go out and go and talk to people, I might not get the opportunity to meet them,” said Lauren Dutton, a 23-year old from Arizona.