Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP

Trump administration drops plan to deport foreign students taking online-only classes amid coronavirus pandemic

  • International students will be allowed retain their US visas even if taking college classes remotely
  • Federal judge in Massachusetts announces settlement of lawsuit originally brought by Harvard and MIT

Topic |   Chinese overseas
Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Harvard had sued to block a Trump administration move barring international students from remaining in the US if their courses were online only. Pictured, a gate leading to Harvard Yard. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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