International students wishing to study in the United States can be forgiven for concerns about the stability of U.S. opportunities and policies. A series of mixed messages, half-starts, monkey wrenches, and walk-backs emanating from the Trump administration in recent weeks confused and dismayed foreign students, their institutions of higher learning, and by extension companies and other stakeholders.
The good news is that at least some international students can continue their studies in the fall, even if their coursework is conducted entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions imposed by schools and other institutions. The bad news? New students aren’t included, at least not now.
To read more on this issue, including advice for international students and how Miller Mayer can help, read our latest blog at https://millermayer.com/2020/miller-mayer-memo-student-visas-after-a-monkey-wrench-a-reprieve-for-some/.