The University of Massachusets Boston Campus Center in the US. Photo Wikimedia Commons Peter Cowan and Vũ Thu Hà HÀ NỘI — A new visa policy in the US has put thousands of Vietnamese students at risk of deportation and left their academic and professional dreams in tatters. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced on Monday that international students on certain visas have to leave the country if their universities only offer online courses in the upcoming autumn semester. The sudden decision has caused great uncertainty and anxiety for many of the almost 30,000 Vietnamese students in the country. Health concerns Nguyễn Mai Anh is studying for her master’s in international relations at the University of Massachusetts in Boston and she told Việt Nam News that her school had already announced that classes would be entirely online in the autumn. “Personally I’m very worried because my university said that they will just run online classes in the fall and not have any in-person classes,” she said, adding that she thought the ICE decision was “totally unfair and illogical”. Nguyễn Phương Dung, who studies at Youngstown State University in Ohio and left the US in spring to return to her home in… Read full this story
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