Cutting new visa orders for foreign graduates
According to the federal district judge, the administration of the US president Donald Trump has agreed to reconsider its 6th of July rule, which temporarily scrapped international students from staying in the United States of America unless they attend nearly one singular course. The U-turn by the president’s administration comes following a nationalize violence against its 6th of July order and numerous legislations filed by several educational institutions, including Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
These prestigious universities wanting a permanent comfort to ban the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) from accomplishing the federal reserve guidelines excluding international students attending colleges as well as universities providing only online courses from locating in the nation. Nearly 17 American states and the District of Columbia, along with leading US companies Joined MIT and Harvard university in desiring an injunction to halt the whole rule from going into effect.
The federal district judge Allison Burroughs said that I have been briefed by the authorities that they have move to a resolution. Previous week, more than 136 congressmen and nearly 30 senators wrote to the Donald Trump Administration to cancel its order on international students.