International students fear what will happen when Trump takes officePublished: 01/06/2017
American universities have long attracted students from all over the world with promises to prepare young people for careers in many different fields.
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Now, many of these international students are voicing concerns about their safety and President-elect Donald Trump’s threats to put restrictions on immigration and job opportunities.
“I would say that I don’t have fears, more so concerns,” says Kevin Ang, an Indonesian senior studying finance at the University of Southern California. “My primary concern to Trump’s presidency would probably be in regards to how this would affect our chances of obtaining a work visa.”
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