The Department of Homeland Security has temporarily eased certain regulatory requirements for some F-1 students from Hong Kong.
Background: In August, President Biden issued a memorandum to defer the removal of certain Hong Kong residents who are in the U.S. for 18 months because of the current circumstances in Hong Kong. DHS has now taken action to help F-1 nonimmigrant students who are Hong Kong residents facing economic hardships, regardless of their country of birth. More information can be found here.
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