Zhao v. Va. Polytechnic Inst. & St. Univ.

Virginia Tech will not be required to re-issue a Chinese student’s immigration form. The school had reported that his credit hours weren’t sufficient to support his visa as a full-time student, and he was ordered to report to the Department of Homeland Security as a result. The student, who’d separately been arrested for firearm possession and is now in ICE custody, was not entitled to notice and hearing before the school submitted his visa documentation. His immigration status will ultimately be adjudicated not by Virginia Tech, but by immigration courts.

Zhao v. Va. Polytechnic Inst. & St. Univ., No. 7:18cv189, Sept. 21, 2018. WDVA at Roanoke (Urbanski).



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