U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) revises visa for foreign students
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Because the new policy for international students promulgated by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) has aroused public anger, it has recently been jointly prosecuted by major universities across the United States. The New Deal has been partially revised.
The revised rules are as follows: International students who are in the United States cannot choose online courses; International students who are outside the United States can choose online courses locally; they do not return to the United States but return to school For online students, the student identity is still valid and only needs to remain active in SEVIS.
At the same time, many colleges and universities in the United States are also planning to respond to this new policy, and have added offline offline courses. For example, the University of California at Berkeley will create a face-to-face lecture of 1 credit (usually 3 credits). Courses, and some colleges at the University of Florida will adopt a model of 90% online courses combined with 10% face-to-face courses. (CCTV reporter Xu Tao Xu Xiao)