Those wishing to visit an inmate no longer need to be on a visitation list. Anyone can schedule a visit with the inmate. It is still the inmate’s decision if he wants to accept the visit. The jail will not force an inmate to visit with anyone he does not want to. This change in visitation policy gets rid of the problem about who is immediate family. It also avoids the problem of common-law spouses. Couples who consider themselves married but who do not have the common-law documentation don’t have to worry about whether or not they will be accepted as the inmate’s spouse.