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Immigration Attorney Diane Hernandez in EdScoop - Universities are fighting back against ICE rule

July 2020

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This past semester, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, operated by ICE, introduced a temporary exemption to allow international students whose courses had moved online for the spring and summer semesters to remain in the U.S. But the new order would require international students to attend classes in-person this fall even though many higher education institutions, like Harvard and MIT, plan to continue online instruction during the pandemic.

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