Comment: International Students, BIA, USCIS Discretion

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Blogging: Universities have a case against Trump's student visa decision -- but they won't like the outcome. By Nolan Rappaport" target="_blank">Blogging: The Unbearable Lightness of BIA-ing, Ten Year Anniversary Edition by Jason Dzubow

Blogging: Southeastern Provision Enters into Consent Decree to Pay $610,000 in Back Wages by Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: President Trump Rescinds Guidance Requiring In-person Classes for Foreign Student by Chris Musillo

Blogging: SEVP Announces Students May Not Remain in the Us If Enrolled in a Fully Online School or Program for Fall 2020 Semester by Chris Mussilo

Blogging: Facing nationwide outrage, Trump drops plan to deport up to a million international students. Trump's anti-immigrant supporters are furious By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Policy Guidance on Applying Discretion in USCIS Adjudications

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Headline: Opinion: Immigration reform belongs in Congress not executive orders by the president Click here
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