If all classes at US universities are taken online in fear of the coronavirus, international students will be expelled after their arrest if they do not comply with the order to leave the US immediately. That announcement has been challenged by two world-renowned educational institutions in Boston, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Boston on July 8, seeks a stay of the Trump administration’s July 8 order. The lawsuit alleges that the visa ban was imposed and that instructions not to allow those waiting for the new school year to begin in early September were “absolutely illegal.”
The defendant in this case is the Homeland Security Department. The Immigration Department is under this department. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has said it will enforce the rules at the behest of the Trump administration. They have also been challenged.
An application for a temporary ban of at least 14 days has been filed in the filed case. According to the petition filed by the two educational institutions, they have been abiding by all the rules and regulations of the federal administration since the beginning of the Corona violence last March. It also did not say whether international students would have to leave the United States or whether anyone would re-enter the September course.
Noted that, All of educational institutions have the policy support in this case.
Stakeholders also think there could be a few more lawsuits against the Trump administration soon.
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