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India USA: foreign students threatened with expulsion if their courses remain online at the start of the school year

03:15  07 july  2020
03:15  07 july  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Foreign nationals participating in the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) had previously been allowed to take their spring and summer 2020 courses online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If affected students don't transfer to in-person programs and remain in the US, they will be subject to

The agency's guidance stated that students in institutions with a hybrid of online and in-person courses may take multiple online classes, while current limits will remain for colleges and International students are 5.5 percent of the higher education population in the U.S., totaling nearly

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The government of Donald Trump has announced Monday that he would not allow foreign students to stay in the United States if their universities decided, for fear of the new coronavirus, to continue teaching only online at the start of the school year.

The US government will not "give visas to students enrolled in fully online programs in the fall and border guards will not let them enter the country," immigration and customs officials said. ICE) in a press release.

As for students already present in the United States, "they must leave the country or take other measures, such as enrolling in a school with courses in person to maintain their legal status". Otherwise they could be "faced with an eviction procedure," she added.

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Foreign students who want to attend public secondary school (high school ) must pay the full cost of education. This amount is listed under "tuition" on the The child may not study in elementary school . It should be noted however, that the student 's status as a resident of the school district and the fact

In “blended” courses , for example, students don’t do their work only online : They also spend time in a classroom with a flesh-and-blood teacher. Both groups of students were tested at the end of the school year . The online algebra students did substantially better than their counterparts in standard

When the establishments opt for a "hybrid" model, they will have to certify that their foreign students are enrolled as much as possible in person, so that they keep their residence rights. These exceptions will not be authorized for English studies or professional training.

"The cruelty of the White House knows no bounds," immediately criticized Senator Bernie Sanders, former contender for the Democratic nomination for the presidential election on November 3. "Foreign students find themselves having to choose between risking their lives in classrooms or being expelled," he said.

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"The worst is uncertainty," Gonzalo Fernández, a 32-year-old Spanish boy, confirmed to AFP. did a doctorate in economics at George Washington University. "We don't know if we will have lessons next semester, if we have to go home or if they will kick us out ..."

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Foreign academic or vocational students may work in the United States under certain circumstances. DHS issues documents showing employment authorization based on the type of student they are and the type State the student ’s employment start date is Oct. 1 of the year you filed the H-1B petition.

International students , or foreign students , are students who chose to undertake all or part of their tertiary education in a country other than their own and move to that country for the purpose of

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- "Inevitable remedies" -

The measure concerns F1 (for academic studies) or M1 (for professional training) visas. About 1.2 million people had them in March, the vast majority of them Asian (Chinese, Indian, South Korean), according to official data.

Like the rest of the country, American universities, which have 5.5% foreign students on average and are highly dependent on their tuition fees, closed their doors in March and switched to online education in an attempt to stem the pandemic.

In the absence of vaccines, some, including the State University of California or the prestigious Harvard University, have announced that they will continue with 100% online courses at the start of the school year, even for students authorized to live on campuses.

According to Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, of the think tank American Immigration council, the new rule is supposed to allow students to continue their studies from their country but this is not realistic, in particular because of travel difficulties or technological delay from certain countries of origin. "Legal action is inevitable," he predicted on Twitter.

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This visa is only available to students at an accredited trade or technical school , so you will be aware that you are eligible for this status if you are applying to these institutions. I want to apply at a University of the USA for foreign students in the field of technology and computer science.

Some courses have different deadlines, and many are a long time in advance of the start of the course . Many universities and colleges will continue to accept applications from international students until later in the year , nearer the beginning of the course .

President Trump, campaigning for his re-election, is pushing for a restart of the country although the pandemic is not under control. "Schools must reopen," he said in capital letters on Monday.

With more than 130,000 dead, the United States is however the most mourning country in the world and they have known for a few weeks an outbreak of infections in the south and west.

Donald Trump, who has made the fight against immigration a marker of his presidency, has operated several rounds of screws against foreigners since the start of the health crisis.

In June, he froze until 2021 the issuance of green cards - which offer permanent resident status in the United States - and certain work visas, particularly those used in the new technology sector, in the stated objective of reserving positions for the Americans.

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