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International Students May Have to Reapply for Student Visa Every Year

While many U.S. colleges expect lower international enrollment this fall, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is considering a proposal that will only serve to aggravate the situation further.  Should this proposal pass, it will be 18 months before these regulations take effect. What is in the Proposal? It is "to require international students to reapply for permission to stay in the [...]
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Google CEO: “Trump’s Immigration Order Caused Painful Personal Costs”

Based on a report from Bloomberg, January 28, 2017, 9:43 AM PST: Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai slammed Trump’s move in a note to employees Friday, telling them that more than 100 company staff are affected by the order. “It’s painful to see the personal cost of this executive order on our colleagues,” Pichai wrote in […]

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During Trump Presidency, Colleges And Students Anticipate Changes In Visa Programs

The following content is excerpted from a report by New England News Collaborative. International Students around New England With visas in hand, about 85,000 undergraduate and graduates students from overseas are pursuing their higher education degrees in schools around New England. That’s out of more than a million who come to study every year in […]

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How Might Donald Trump’s Presidency Affect Enrollment?

Throughout his campaign, U.S. President-Elect, Donald Trump, has stated that the cost of a college education concerns him.  He suggests that one way to keep higher education affordable is to cap student loan repayments at a maximum of 12.5% of the borrower's annual income.  Those in favor of this idea believe that this approach, along [...]
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Why the U.S. Presidential Election Matters

This is really a small world.   Your decision of studying abroad may be influenced by the elections in other countries. Election Triggers Tention For example, in 1997, international students from Asia avoided Australia due to the white supremacist policy of the ‘One Nation Party.’  Pauline Hanson, the founder of the party,  gained great support from the Australian […]

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