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    Ross univ. violated INS regulations

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    Ross Univ. knowingly allowed students with illegal immigration status to engage in clinical training within the USA.

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    so what

    I can't imagine they'd destroy a university for this. At most they'll be fined ALOT of money. But DeVry can float that. Maybe they'll need someone to be beheaded. So at most one person needs to take the fall. At the least, Ross can now say "But that was old management. We're now under new management." Either way, I've still got my 50/50 shot at being a doctor.(odds inclusive of death in the family, divorce, earthquake at my loan office, my just giving up or the advent of nuclear war)

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    Ross univ. violated INS regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir
    Ross Univ. knowingly allowed students with illegal immigration status to engage in clinical training within the USA.
    if a person is illegal, he can't even enter usa through any airports. And I think that flying by air is the only way to get from dominica to usa. i can't image someone who finished 2 years of education at dominica would try to ride the boat, and flow away to the states.

    therefore, i conclude that your accusation is not correct.

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    To/ preppystud

    You can't imagine some one coming from Dominica with B1 visa(tourist visa) for three month, and then after three month the visa will be expired. but the person will still be envolved in clinical training!,and Rossknew about it.

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    To/ preppystud

    well, if any visa that is expired, how will the immigrantion officers let the person into the states? that is impossible.

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    re: To/ preppystud

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir
    You can't imagine some one coming from Dominica with B1 visa(tourist visa) for three month, and then after three month the visa will be expired. but the person will still be envolved in clinical training!,and Rossknew about it.
    Quote Originally Posted by preppystud
    well, if any visa that is expired, how will the immigrantion officers let the person into the states? that is impossible.

    Maybe I can help, preppystud.

    Imagine this scenario. Student to do a clinical rotation. Goes to US. Approaches US Customs. Student tells customs officer he is going for temporary study -- clinical rotation, 12 weeks. Gets a B1 visa for 12 weeks (divide by 4 weeks/month) equals 3 months. Student enters US. Student does clinical rotation. Student gets another appointment to another, say, 8 weeks rotation. Student still within US, starts second clinical without re-entering US for a new B1 visa.

    Is this possible?

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    To/ prepp and dt

    thanks dt for trying to help. you get a B1 visa (tourist visa) which from the name it is a tourist visa so it is for tourism not for education, so you using a tourist visa for education untill your visa get expired and then you contiue your clinical education with EXPIRED TOURIST VISA.

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    To/ prepp and dt

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir
    thanks dt for trying to help. you get a B1 visa (tourist visa) which from the name it is a tourist visa so it is for tourism not for education, so you using a tourist visa for education untill your visa get expired and then you contiue your clinical education with EXPIRED TOURIST VISA.
    Isn't the B1 visa also a business visa, and that's what one uses to enter US for clinicals?

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    ???

    and why is this Ross's fault? they dont issue the visa, the student applies for it. if they enter the US on a B1 visa, they are not allowed to study, they are a tourist. This is a direct violation of their visa by them, and nobody else. not leaving at the end of the 3 months is another violation. they should be locked up. Ross doesnt have anything to do with a B1 visa. i dont recall ever being asked for my visa or citizenship status, maybe some neweer student who are doing the process could reply to that. but in the end, the fault is the STUDENT, and nobody else.

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    To/ jim and Dr. nancy Perri

    If you realy want i can provide some documents in this forum that shows Ross University knowingly allowed students to engage in clinical training with expired tourist visa. Dr. Perri you want me to do that just give me the ok.., i know you know what i 'm talking about.

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