“The Hindu” News reported today
“The government on Wednesday said the United States authorities have initiated the process of transfer of students affected by the Tri-Valley University fraud to other U.S. varsities.”

“The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement has begun the process of adjusting the status and transfer of eligible students on a case by case basis,” External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna informed the Lok Sabha during Question Hour.

Wrong choice of words – there is no “transfer” but reinstatement then there is no “adjustment of status” but possibly change of status. I wonder why the news are getting it completely wrong….. The truth is that no real solution was found yet….


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