The U.S. government does not currently allow new foreign students to enter the country who have recently enrolled in a U.S. college or university and whose classes are all online.

The U.S. government does not currently allow new foreign students to enter the country who have recently enrolled in a U.S. college or university and whose classes are all online. The new order was issued by the Trump administration's Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

What's in the command?
A statement issued by ICE on Friday night said that students who have taken admission after March 9, 2020, cannot come to the US until further notice. She is a nonimmigrant student whose entire study is online. For this, educational institutions have to issue a new Form I-20. It will check the eligibility status of non-immigrant students.

The guidance was already out
The guidance was released on March 9, according to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program. ICE has been asked to ensure that all foreign students comply. 

Which states that educational institutions promote distance learning. In other words, the order is currently issued to promote online classes. It said the order was issued due to an outbreak of the coronavirus.

There was controversy before
Two weeks ago, the ICE issued an order to the effect. It barred foreign students from coming to the United States and asked students to leave the country if their classes were online. He was also questioned by the American Educational Institution along with the students. This was later changed.

Double attitude
America's attitude toward foreign students is alarming. The system actually wanted schools to be reopened now despite the epidemic. 18 out of 50 states and 200 universities opposed it.

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