30 Telugu Students Detained In US Reached Hyd

Close to 200 out of 600 Students who were detained in the US over the Visa Fraud Issue are Telugus. In the early hours of Monday, As many as 30 Students landed at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad.

External Affairs Ministry has been working closely with the Community-based Organisations in the United States to bring them safely to their motherland. Government of India urged Trump Administration to differentiate between those who recruited Students in a fraudulent manner and the Students who were duped. Telugu Associations have been providing all possible legal support to the detained students.

As February 5th deadline is nearing, More Indians will be returning to their country in the near future. 3 year ban & further action as per Immigration Laws should have to be faced by the Immigrants if they were caught overstaying in the US after the deadline.

Indian Students who wish to pursue their American Dreams need to be cautious about the traps being set up by frauds. Burst of the Visa Scam should be a lesson for those who wish to make America their second home.