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American University sued the Trump administration

American University sued the Trump administration 3
American University sued the Trump administration 3

`The directive was issued suddenly, it was cruel and reckless,` Harvard University President Lawrence S. Bacow wrote on July 8 in an email sent to the school’s faculty and student community.

The two schools want the court to block enforcement of the new visa regulations.

Harvard and MIT argue that the Trump administration’s directive violates the Administrative Procedure Act because it fails to consider important aspects of the issue before publishing the rule, fails to provide a reasonable basis for the policy, and

Students walking around Harvard University campus on March 10.

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency on July 6 announced that international students holding F-1 visas (international students at high schools, colleges, universities) and M-1 (students)

International students who are still in the US and have registered for 100% online courses for the fall semester are required to immediately change by transferring to schools with in-person teaching, or combining two forms of in-person learning.

International students make up 5.5% of all students studying higher education in the US, equivalent to 1.1 million people in the 2018-2019 school year, according to the Institute of International Education.

With more than 41 billion USD that international students contribute to the US economy, on forums, many people question the purpose of the above move.

`The rule appears intended to pressure colleges and universities to offer in-person instruction this fall, without regard for the health and safety of students, faculty and others.`

The US is the largest epidemic region in the world with more than three million nCoV infections and more than 134,000 deaths.

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