Students: including Help for Indian students in the US
Embassy of India Statement on the US immigration authorities announcing modifications to requirements for student visas in the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Help for Indian Students stranded in US
Schedule of additional flights to India has been announced under #VandeBharatMission. Please note that this is a dynamic list and may undergo changes based on operations, technical, and other considerations. We advise that you check with @airindia.in to confirm all information. Read more and find FAQs at ishubus.com/covid19/advisories/flights.
Congratulatory Message to Indian Students in US, Class of 2020, by Indian Ambassador to US, Dr. Taranjit Singh Sandhu:
May 20, 2020
Here is the latest Student advisory issued on May 20, 2020
In addition to the following informaiton, the Embassy of India Student Hub has established a dedicated page for updates on travel to India, including non-scheduled commercial flights, to India during the COVID-19 emergency: VISIT IT HERE
Mission Vande Bharat to begin sending back students to India.
For Facebook updates: https://www.facebook.com/indiastudenthub/
Here are answers (in the pictures below) to some frequently asked questions concerning ‘Mission Vande Bharat.’ Please write to the Peer Support Line at email@example.com if this does not answer your questions. Thank you!
India: Student Advisory, Embassy of India (3/13/2020):
March 26, 2020: Indian-American hoteliers offer free accommodation to stranded Indian students. More than 6,000 rooms in nearly 700 hotels were offered to them by Wednesday following a call from the Indian Embassy. The Indian Embassy have been running a round-the-clock helpline since last week for the students in the US, who number over 2,50,000.
March 24: Indian-American Hoteliers join hands to help Indian students stranded in US
AAHOA's Indian-American hoteliers have pledged 2,000+ rooms for stranded Indian students.
American Telugu Association (ATA) and Indian Friends of Atlanta (IFA) offer help (see flyers below)
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