U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has agreed to rescind a policy that would have barred foreign students on F or M visas from remaining in the country if they attended universities that only offered online courses in the fall.
Analysis & Comments: The rescission of the policy ICE announced last week means that international students will continue to be afforded measures put in place in March that allow them to take more online classes than normal this fall. These measures will apply nationwide until further notice. BAL is closely monitoring for any additional policy changes relating to international students and will continue to provide updates on developments.
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