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NACAC Opposes ICE Move to Limit International Students at US Universities

NACAC expressed its strong opposition this week’s announcement by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that non-immigrant F-1 and M-1 international students must return to their home country or face deportation if their educational institution offers only online classes during the fall semester. ICE similarly announced that international students not already in the US would not receive student visas if their institution plans to provide online-only instruction this fall.

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NACAC Expresses Disappointment Over Failure to Override Presidential Veto of Borrower Defense Resolution

Without the override, the rule will go into effect July 1, essentially removing the recourse previously offered to students who had been defrauded by certain for-profit colleges through the use of misleading, high-pressure sales tactics.

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NACAC Opposes New US Policies Impacting International Student Enrollment

The executive order signed Monday suspends entry to the US for those on H-1B and J-exchange visitor visas who want to participate in internship, trainee, teacher, camp counselor, au pair, and summer work travel programs.

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Amid COVID-19 Crisis, Blended Learning Offers Benefits

Although federal officials are urging colleges and K-12 schools to re-open for the fall, many ...

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FAFSA Applications Decline Amid Pandemic

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Report: 1.7 Million Students in Schools with Police, No Counselors

Editor’s note:  This post was originally published on Admitted in March 2019. It’s being republished ...

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