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STUDENT VISAS AGAIN UNDER SCRUTINY: WHAT TO EXPECT

Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., Steven C. BellImmigration Business News and Comment (Approx. 4 pages)

STUDENT VISAS AGAIN UNDER SCRUTINY: WHAT TO EXPECT

Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., Steven C. BellImmigration Business News and Comment (Approx. 4 pages)

Immigration Business News and Comment
*1 November 1, 2001
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STUDENT VISAS AGAIN UNDER SCRUTINY: WHAT TO EXPECT
Austin T. Fragomen, Jr. Steven C. Bell
Copyright (c) 2001 West Group; Austin T. Fragomen, Jr. and Steven C. Bell
The September 10, 2001 issue of the New York Times had a cover page story about the complaints of Chinese scholars and students that the number of F-1 visa denials had risen dramatically over the past year at U.S. consulates in China. The chief...
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