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The Trump administration has rescinded its policy that would bar international students who only take online courses from staying in the US.

The decision comes a little over a week after Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that students at schools offering only online courses due to the coronavirus pandemic would need to either leave the US or transfer schools.

For now, though, the move to drop the policy is a reprieve for more than 1 million international students in the US. In the last week, students had expressed frustration and concern over their next steps, as universities and colleges announced decisions to move all courses online.

Among those universities was Harvard, which brought the lawsuit along with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since then, several colleges and states have similarly filed suit.

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International students make immense cultural and social contributions to Canada, and generate more than $21 billion in economic activity. Since the onset of the pandemic, the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, has made a number of temporary policy changes to support and reassure international students and learning institutions.

As the fall season is fast approaching, the Minister has announced additional measures to support international students beginning a new program online this fall with a Canadian learning institution, if their institution is offering the program online, so that they can pursue their education while ensuring everyone’s safety. These changes will give students more certainty about their ability to enter Canada once travel and health restrictions are eased in Canada and their own home countries. They mean that students will be eligible to work in Canada after graduation, even if they need to begin their studies online from overseas this fall..

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International students would be allowed to come to Australia under an approved plan to study at nominated institutions as the Prime Minister Scott Morrison discussed the pilot plan with a National Cabinet meeting in Canberra. International students have been Australia’s most lucrative industry after mining. The students would return to Australia in a very planned and controlled manner. Well thought-through proposals had been forwarded by State Government on how their could be achieved. However, all this will happen with appropriate quarantine entry arrangements and bio security.

The Morrison Government is stepping up its commitment to regional Australia by ensuring its migration system encourages skilled migrants to live and work in smaller cities and regions.

In March this year, the Government announced it would reduce the permanent migration cap from 190,000 to 160,000 places, and within that set aside 23,000 places for regional visas.

Following unprecedented growth (124 per cent) in the number of regional visas granted in the first quarter of this programme year, the Government is increasing the total number of regional places to 25,000.

The definition of regional Australia for migration purposes will also change. Perth and the Gold Coast will no longer be classified as major cities, ensuring they remain an attractive destination for skilled migrants and international students.

The new definition will come into effect on 16 November.

Locations outside of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane will have access to the 25,000 visa places, priority processing and international university graduates who live in these locations will be eligible to apply for more time in Australia on a post-study work visa.

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For the second consecutive year, Indians have been the largest group to obtain an Australian citizenship.

According to recent statistics by the Australian Department of Home Affairs, in the fiscal year 2018-2019, a total of 1.27 lakh people, representing at least 200 countries of origin were conferred Australian citizenship. Out of these 28,470 or 22.3% were from India.

The year ending June 30, 2018 (fiscal year 2017 -2018) had seen India emerge as the largest group to obtain Australian citizenship, topping UK. While number of Indians acquiring Australian citizenship has gone up 60% in 2018-19 compared to the previous years which is almost tandem with the rise in total number of citizens, ratio of Indians obtaining citizenship has remained largely static in both the years at 22%.
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