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May 15, 2021 11:21 a.m.
University of California urges federal government to resume visa services

Incoming international students can still obtain their visas to start school in the fall but may face delays in scheduling their visa appointments. (Jingshu Wu/Daily Bruin)

The University of California is advocating for the federal government to resume visa services for international students in anticipation of the upcoming academic year.
The UC Office of the President urged the Department of State and Department of Homeland Security to resume visa services, expand the waiver for in-person interviews and grant online interviews for international students experiencing delayed visas, according to an April 30 letter signed by UC President Michael Drake and all 10 university chancellors.

By Rania Soetirto

International

May 13, 2021 10:52 p.m.
At a Distance: Graduate student, professor express concerns about pandemic response in India

Bruins come from all around the world, from Colombia to Bangladesh. Because of the pandemic, many international Bruins are currently residing in their home countries. In “At a Distance,” Daily Bruin writers will look at events around the world Bruins care about and give a student’s perspective on the topics.

By Andrew Panosian

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