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The government only repeals the F1 anti-maintenance policy with online classes Us Immigration

On July 14, 2020, the Trump administration withdrew its political announcement that college students who enroll entirely online courses should not remain in F1 status in the U.S. in the fall. We have these previous guidelines in one earlier blog post. The withdrawal occurred in the face of complaints from many US universities. Therefore, the exceptions for online courses and student visas appear to remain in effect from the outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19). However, it is unclear whether the government can try to change the policy in any other way before most college classes are reinstated.

F-1, M-1, and J-1 students who may be affected by the fluent situation should keep in touch with their school officials for information about their school’s plans and the potential impact of these plans on government policies to obtain. Students with case-specific questions about their status should contact an experienced immigration attorney.

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