Little-Known Colleges Exploit Visa Loopholes to Make Millions Off Foreign Students

Little-Known Colleges Exploit Visa Loopholes to Make Millions Off Foreign Students | Tom Bartlett Karin Fischer & Josh Keller | Chronicle of Higher Education | 25 March, 2011

The article discusses foreign college students in the U.S. and examines ways in which non-accredited U.S. higher education institutions such as Tri-Valley University, Herguan University, and the University of Northern Virginia have been accused of exploiting college student visa laws in order to earn profits. It chronicles the closing of Tri-Valley by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and describes how students from India enrolled in these schools were promised jobs as part of their collegiate experience.

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