TRI VALLEY UNIVERSITY

  • Another US university in visa fraud row August 4, 2012

    New York: There seems to be some bad news for the students planning to study abroad. After TriValley University, another US college is in a visa fraud row. The CEO of Herguan University in California, Jerry Wang, has been arrested for fraud. The college, incidentally, attracts a large number of...
  • US working on plight of Trivalley students October 27, 2011

    Washington: The United States has assured India that it was 'continuing to work' on the issue of hundreds of Indian students affected by the 'horrible visa scam' by California based 'sham' TriValley University. Some 85 per cent of over 1500 TVU students were Indian, mostly from Andhra Pradesh. US authorities are...
  • Visa fraud: US warns Indian students July 30, 2011

    New Delhi: The US has alerted Indian students planning to go to America about the existence of visa fraud rings and fraudulent document vendors. This in the wake of a raid on yet another US university on the alleged charges of visa fraud. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Immigration...
  • Visa reinstatement for TVU students on course March 4, 2011

    Washington: More than 50 per cent of the Indian students hit by the closure of Californiabased Tri Valley University are at various stages of processing for the reinstatement of their visa status. Indian mission has been informed by the US authorities that more than 50 per cent of the students...
  • TVU: US assures of fair treatment to students February 26, 2011

    Washington: The US has assured India that hundreds of Indian students affected by the closure of a Californiabased "sham" university would be given "fair and appropriate" treatment and their interests would be carefully considered. The assurance by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came in the form of a letter to Indian...
  • US working hard to resolve TVU issue: Roemer February 17, 2011

    New Delhi: The US on Thursday said that it was 'working hard' to assist Indian students left helpless due to closure of Californiabased TriValley University (TVU) and resolve the issue in a fair and just manner. "As a parent of four children, I can imagine what parents are going through. They...
  • US assures fair solution for TVU students February 16, 2011

    Washington: The United States has assured India of providing 'fair solution' to Indian students affected by the closer of Californiabased Tri Valley University, which has been accused of a massive visa fraud. The Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs William Burns has assured Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao, during a...
  • TVU: Foreign Secy to meet Hillary Clinton today February 15, 2011

    Indian Ambassador Meera Shankar conveyed the details on TriValley students to US on Sunday. ...
  • India conveys TVU students' details to US February 15, 2011

    Washington: Indian Ambassador to the US Meera Shankar has conveyed to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the details on Indian students of TriValley University in California, which was closed last month on charges of visa fraud. "Following the telephonic conversation between the External Affairs Minister of India and the...
  • TriValley: Clinton assures Krishna of justice February 13, 2011

    New York: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday assured External Affairs Minister SM Krishna that the issue of Indian students enrolled in the now closed Tri Valley University (TVU) would receive her promptest attention and that "justice" would be done. Clinton gave the assurance in the matter during a...
  • US: ICE removes radio tags from 2 TVU students February 10, 2011

    Washington: US immigration authorities have removed radio tags from the ankles of two Indian students from Californiabased Tri Valley University (TVU), which has been shut down on charges of massive visa fraud. "Immigration attorney, Kalpana Peddibhotla had taken two of the students to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and she has...
  • ICE may reinstate TVU students' visas February 6, 2011

    Washington: The US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) has indicated that it is ready to consider reinstating the immigration status of those Indian students, who have lost their student visas due to the closure of a Californiabased 'sham' university. "We received a message from ICE today,...
  • Tri Valley students: victims or accomplices? February 3, 2011

    Many students have been detained by US immigration officials as they are suspected of being complicit. ...
  • Students came on valid visas: Consul General February 3, 2011

    Fake varsity: Consul General Susmita G Thomas denied all allegations of visa fraud. ...
  • 2 radiotagged Indian students detained in US February 2, 2011

    New Delhi: Two of the Indian students who had been duped by Tri Valley University and tagged with radio collars for movement monitoring have been sent to a detention centre by the US authorities. The two students were detained after they complained about the movement device tied to their legs....
  • Fake varsity: 2 Indians sent to detention centre February 2, 2011

    New Delhi: Two Indian students duped by a "sham" American university and forced to wear radio tags were on Tuesday sent to a detention centre in the US after they complained about the movement monitoring device tied to their legs. The two students of the nowshut Californiabased Tri Valley University, whose...
  • Visa fraud: 'sham' varsity blames Indian staffer February 1, 2011

    Washington: The California University accused of a massive "visa fraud" by US immigration officials says the charges against the college are "baseless" and that it has not cheated any student. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) claims that the college acted as a front for a massive immigration racket. ...
  • Radio tags are modern and trendy: US official February 1, 2011

    Hyderabad: The United States has defended the radio tagging of Indian students at the Tri Talley University by the authorities. A consulate official on Tuesday in a bizzare description said the radio tagging was 'trendy' and certainly preferable to wearing jump suits and sitting in prison. "This is very modern and...
  • India raises concern over radio tagged students February 1, 2011

    New Delhi: The parents of students who have been radiotagged by US authorities have expressed anger against the management of the TriValley University. The parents say that the students went to the sham university with valid visas and shouldn't be made scapegoats. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department Head on...
  • Are the indian students culpable or victims? January 31, 2011

    On Talking Point, Rajdeep Sardesai asks, 'Are the indian students culpable or victims?' ...
  • 'Problem with TriValley, not with students' January 31, 2011

    We have sent my sister in a very proper manner, says Ajay Kishor, brother of a student. ...
  • Indian govt flays TVU for tagging students January 30, 2011

    New Delhi: Sources have told CNNIBN that Indian students are suspect in the TriValley University (TVU) fraud case. Eighteen students were tagged by the American authorities. These students are suspect of being complicit with university authorities. Shockingly , the university sold work permits to students otherwise not eligible to work in...
  • Fake US varsity: India disapproves radiotagging January 29, 2011

    Washington/New Delhi: After being duped by a 'sham' university in California, some of the affected Indian students have been forced to wear radiotrackers around their ankles to the chagrin of the Indian community. India said the use of monitors was "unwarranted" and raised the issue with the US deputy ambassador...
  • US opens helpline for 'sham' varsity students January 29, 2011

    Washington: The US authorities have opened a helpline for the Indian students of a 'sham' university in California, while asking some of them to wear radio trackers around their ankles as the case proceeds. Some 1,555 students of TriValley University, 95 per cent of them from India, mostly Andhra Pradesh face...
  • Fake US varsity: duped students radio tagged January 29, 2011

    Washington: After being duped by a Californiabased "sham" university, scores of Indian students in the US are now enduring the ignominy of being forced to wear radio collars around their ankles so that authorities can keep track of their movements. The students, mostly from Andhra Pradesh, may also be deported as...
  • Help us complete study: TriValley students January 28, 2011

    Washington: Duped by an American university, a harassed group of Indian students has met the Consul General in San Francisco seeking help to complete their studies and claimed that they have not violated any law. A group of 35 students from TriValley University (TVU) yesterday met Consul General Sushmita Gongulee Thomas. Thomas...
  • US: fake univ busted, students face deportation January 26, 2011

    Washington: The future of over 1000 Indian students is in jeopardy as US authorities raid a university involved in money laundering in California. Government sources said that the MEA has asked for a report on the immigration row involving hundreds of Indian students at a San Francisco university. Sources have also said...