US move leaves M’sians in the lurch


PETALING JAYA: Malaysian students in the United States are feeling anxious following the country’s announcement of changes to temporary exemptions for international students taking online classes that will begin in August.

Students are in the dark as there is a lot of uncertainty because the new rulings by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are expected to have far-reaching implications on international students studying in the United States, especially those resuming lessons this fall semester.

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