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Check out Canada, Australia: Look beyond US for higher education options

Students and IT workers are worried that changes in the US could turn sour

Sanjay Kumar Singh  |  New Delhi 

Not just Indian information technology (IT) workers, even students planning to pursue higher education in the US are spending sleepless nights on account of US President Donald Trump’s avowed goal of reducing the influx of immigrants into America. They are worried that changes in regulations could cause their American dream to go sour.     Students who plan to go to the US for their undergraduate education typically begin preparing for exams like SAT from as early as Class IX. All their efforts could go waste if visa rules change by the time they reach Class ...

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Check out Canada, Australia: Look beyond US for higher education options

Students and IT workers are worried that changes in the US could turn sour

Not just Indian information technology (IT) workers, even students planning to pursue higher education in the US are spending sleepless nights on account of US President Donald Trump’s avowed goal of reducing the influx of immigrants into America. They are worried that changes in regulations could cause their American dream to go sour.     Students who plan to go to the US for their undergraduate education typically begin preparing for exams like SAT from as early as Class IX. All their efforts could go waste if visa rules change by the time they reach Class ...

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