Harvard, MIT and John Hopkins University file a lawsuit against Trump

13th July: John Hopkins University in the USA has filed a lawsuit seeking to block the Trump administration’s decision.

The lawsuit was filed in order to make international students who intend to take classes online for the upcoming fall semester leave the country to return to theirs.


John Hopkins University filed the lawsuit on Friday against US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in federal court in the District of Columbia.
The university has over 5000 international students and it wants to start online-only classes after the thanksgiving break.
Before that, they plan on offering a mix of on-campus and online classes as they do not want to spread coronavirus or take any risks.
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Trump administration decided to force international students to leave the US or transfer to another college if their schools operate entirely online this fall and new visas will not be issued to students at those schools.
Others at universities offering a mix of online and in-person classes will be barred from taking all of their classes online.
The university says that “The adverse consequences of this sudden displacement are devastating financially and personally.”
Even Harvard and MIT have filed a lawsuit to prevent federal immigration authorities from enforcing the new rule.
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