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The United States does not allow new foreign students whose courses are online to enter the country

The United States Immigration and Customs Service (ICE) announced this Friday that foreign students who are enrolled for the first time will not be able to enter the United States if their courses are conducted online.

“Non-immigrant students with new or initial status after March 9 cannot enter the United States to enroll in a nationwide education center for the fall semester as non-immigrant students and complete a full course that is 100 percent online,” ICE said in a statement.

For example, students can travel to the US for the fall semester to enroll in a hybrid classroom and online course.

The United States does not allow new foreign students whose courses are online to enter the country
The United States does not allow new foreign students whose courses are online to enter the country

These rules do not apply to foreign students who have been enrolled in educational centers or universities for the past semester and are returning to the country to continue their studies, even if their course is completely online.

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