Federal judges partially block third travel ban
Oct. 17, 2017
On Oct. 17, a federal judge in Hawaii granted a temporary restraining order against the Trump administration's third travel ban. This decision means that the travel ban will not be enforced against individuals from six of the eight named countries--Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, and Libya. This ruling does not prevent the Trump administration from enforcing the travel ban on Venezuela and North Korea. Accordingly, the ban took effect against those countries on Oct. 18. A federal judge in Maryland also blocked part of the third travel ban. Northeastern will continue to closely monitor the presidential proclamation and update this page as more information becomes available.
Northeastern supports the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program
Oct. 4, 2017
Following the Trump administration's Sept. 5 announcement to rescind the DACA program, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration. On Oct. 4, Attorney General Healey filed an Amended Complaint and Northeastern University submitted a declaration in support of the lawsuit.
Since filing the amended complaint, Attorney General Healey issued an advisory to all Massachusetts colleges and universities on issues that may affect immigrant students. Northeastern will continue to closely monitor the DACA program and update this page as more information becomes available.