Trump administration’s decision to expel foreign students from the United States is challenged in court
Washington: The Trump administration’s decision to expel foreign students taking online classes from the United States has been challenged in court, with various universities filing lawsuits.
According to the details, two American universities have challenged in the district court the decision of the Trump administration to expel the foreign students taking online classes from the United States.
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have asked the court to suspend the revocation of visas for foreign students, with Lawrence Baku, president of Harvard University, saying he would pursue the case of foreign students.
In this regard, Cornell University has also decided to be a party in the lawsuit against the Trump administration.
The Harvard University administration says it appears the order was issued under a specific plan, with President Trump threatening to cut off funding to states that do not open schools. President Donald Trump has said he will cut off federal funding for schools that have not reopened.
In response to his statement, a spokesman for the Democratic Congressional Committee said that President Trump has no authority to withhold funding, rejecting the CDC’s guidelines for opening educational institutions.
President Trump has instructed the CDC to develop new guidelines for schools, saying the CDC’s existing guidelines are very strict.
Earlier, the Trump administration announced that foreign students taking online classes would not be able to stay in the United States.
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The U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced for foreign students that foreign students taking online classes will no longer be able to stay in the United States.
The US government has announced that it will now make it illegal for foreign students taking online classes to stay in the United States.
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