Andhra Pradesh CM Addresses Indian Students' US Deportation

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Andhra Pradesh CM Addresses Indian Students US Deportation

Andhra Pradesh Boss Priest Vyas Jaganmohan Reddy has asked about the episode of sending back some Telugu understudies from America. According to reports, upwards of 21 Indians who had gone to the US to seek after their concentrate abroad dreams were sent back because of movement issues.

The AP Boss Priest Vyas Jaganmohan Reddy asked about this episode as there were Telugus among the gathering of understudies who had gone to the US.

"Reddy is investigating this matter and will address it to the Service of Outer Undertakings, Legislature of India for settling this at the earliest as all understudies have a legitimate USA visa for higher examinations… and furthermore keeping considering the professions of these understudies of AP," said an authority of the state-government body Andhra Pradesh Non-Occupant Telugu Society (APNRTS) in a proclamation as per PTI.

Following this occurrence, the Andhra Pradesh government has said that CBP authorities ought to consider giving passage to these understudies. Further, the state government engaged the understudies to be ready to respond to any question from the American authorities and furthermore convey all confirmations on financials and other applicable records, including understanding non-worker visa regulations and acquiring information about the varsity and course while going to different nations for their concentrate abroad plans.

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