Web Desk – Courtney Huang, from China, came to the United States 13 years ago to study nursing. She has been arrested for wanting to be a US citizen and wants to become a US citizen.
But, when the Trump administration banned entry of foreign nationals and residents into the United States last month over the Corona virus outbreak, all of Huang’s dreams, jobs, future and desire to become citizens came at stake. Are.
As these closures continue to tighten, Huang’s future is in jeopardy.
According to Huang, “” I’m really scared. I have a lot behind me. If I didn’t go back it would be a very difficult matter for me “”.
The US suspended the visa issuance in China from February 3. The move has not been revised and it is not yet clear when the deadlock will end. As a result, the future of hundreds of Chinese citizens who were seeking work visas is threatened by this ban.
Huang traveled to China in late January to celebrate New Year’s holiday with his parents. He got a new job in California, and when he arrived at the US Consulate in Shanghai after obtaining a new visa, his job was to announce that everyone was about to return his passport.
After several weeks of traveling and spending some days with his parents in East China, Huang has gone to Thailand. Now, he is expected to get a visa from the US Embassy in Bangkok after staying in Quarantine for 14 days.
Although Huang was born and raised in China, he has spent his entire life in Oakland, California, where he owns an apartment, car, friends and jobs. They have embraced Christianity, and openly express their feelings, and now they are affiliated with the United States.
“I feel like this is my real place,” said Huang. “Free expression and adherence to religious beliefs”. She says clean air, better living opportunities for women and a free social environment afford them.
Huang received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Texas; then a master’s degree in bioengineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Now she is about to complete an MBA, while her focus is on permanent residence.
According to US law, foreign students have to wait 90 days after graduation to start new jobs and live in the United States. If a person is trapped in Wuhan by May, then not only his employment will be at stake, but no other employment can be obtained in the United States.
Such is the case with a man named Tom. He says he has $ 700,000 a year in the United States. They want to go right away, but this is getting harder.