Voice of America
Voice of America 1 Aug 2020

Dreams Deferred for International Students at US Schools


They are technically, free to return to the US, but a number of hurdles and concerns are keeping them home

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released new rules for international students ahead of this fall semester, which could force some to leave the country. Melissa Korn, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joined CBSN with a look at the potential impact.
A new Trump administration policy that could force international students to leave the country is being met with opposition. In response, the University of Southern California announced a plan that would allow those students to remain at the school. CBS Los Angeles reports.
Schools across the U.S. are announcing programs for remote learning, but new guidelines announced by ICE may force international students to leave the country if they don't enroll in in-person classes. Meet one woman from Argentina who could be impacted.
The Trump Administration recently issued rules forcing international students to leave the U.S. if they attend online classes in the fall.

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