The visa for foreign students of the AMU was not increased, also applied for an extension of the visa period with a fine of 50 thousand, even after that the student became a victim of irregularities.

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Aligarh. A student from Yemen studying at Aligarh Muslim University was unable to return to his country after graduating because of the pandemic. Meanwhile, the visa period did not extend even after the visa expired, on the contrary, he was fined Rs 50,000 by the Foreign Ministry office in Lucknow. The postgraduate student (who is not named at the student’s request) argues that an order was issued by the State Department in June 2020 stating that those individuals who were unable to return to their country due to a flight cancellation if they can return, too after the visa period has expired, you will not face any criminal prosecution. Even after that, the student was fined Rs 50,000. The student also says that he has already applied for an extension of his visa period. About his problem, the student also reached the university’s prorectorate on Wednesday. Here the student also showed the relief mandate given by the Indian government in relation to visa regulations. Also show the application documents and other necessary formalities. Proctor Professor Waseem Ali said the student had been assured that all possible assistance would be given on the matter. The work to extend the visa period in Aligarh was carried out by the AMU. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has now taken over the work of extending the visa period for the students studying here from the hands of the Aligarh Muslim University. University affiliates say work on extending the visa period for foreign students studying at Aligarh Muslim University was only done at the university level until about two years ago. But now the whole process has been done online. After that, the university’s proctor will issue a certificate of membership of a good student. This certificate is uploaded by the student at the time of online application. Students say that because of this new system, they are faced with a very complicated and problematic situation.

Aligarh. A student from Yemen studying at Aligarh Muslim University was unable to return to his country after graduating because of the pandemic. Meanwhile, the visa period did not extend even after the visa expired, on the contrary, he was fined Rs 50,000 by the Foreign Ministry office in Lucknow. The postgraduate student (who is not named at the student’s request) argues that an order was issued by the State Department in June 2020 stating that those individuals who were unable to return to their country due to a flight cancellation if they can return, too after the visa period has expired, you will not face any criminal prosecution. Even after that, the student was fined Rs 50,000. The student also says that he has already applied for an extension of his visa period. About his problem, the student also reached the university’s prorectorate on Wednesday. Here the student also showed the relief mandate given by the Indian government in relation to visa regulations. Also show the application documents and other necessary formalities. Proctor Professor Waseem Ali said the student had been assured that all possible assistance would be given on the matter. The work to extend the visa period in Aligarh was carried out by the AMU. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has now taken over the work of extending the visa period for the students studying here from the hands of the Aligarh Muslim University. University affiliates say work on extending the visa period for foreign students studying at Aligarh Muslim University was only done at the university level until about two years ago. But now the whole process has been done online. After that, the university’s proctor will issue a certificate of membership of a good student. This certificate is uploaded by the student at the time of online application. Students say that because of this new system, they are faced with a very complicated and problematic situation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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