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Tri-Valley University President Arrested, South Asian Students Still Facing Deportation

November 29, 2011

NASABA has been active in addressing the perceived injustice and legal issues surrounding TRI-Valley University (TVU) and the immigration status of many South Asian students adversely affected by TVU and its marketing and educational practices.

Over a thousand students who attended TVU are about to pay the price. The university enrolled 1,555 students, 95% of them from India, according to a recent report in the Huffington Post. Many adversely affected students and their families have poured their life savings into their education for a better future that they may never see realized.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is moving towards NOT reinstating their student visa status and has not provided clear legal grounds or precedent for doing so as referenced in NASABA’s earlier commentary and position statements, available in previous postings on this website.

Those who wish to share their opinion on this issue may end a message to DHS by signing the petition in the following link. When you sign the petition, your message will be faxed free of charge to officials in Washington to demand justice and legal protection for TVU students.

Susan Xiao-Ping Su, Former President of Tri-Valley University, Arrested

Prosecutors say while she was president of Tri-Valley University, Susan Su, submitted fraudulent documents in support of applications to admit foreign students on student visas. Prosecutors say Su took in more than $3.2 million in the alleged scheme.

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