TeleoTheDream wrote: "I can't fathom being against what Ernest has done. Thank you Ernest! Good luck."
Maybe I should come over to your house in the middle of the night and paint it in a way I consider to be an artistic expression of my humanity and connection to the universe.
Then make the same statement.
If it's done on private property with permission, it could be art. If it's done on private property without the owner's permission, it's criminal vandalism. It really doesn't matter whether or not you like the painting.
Virtually every nation has requirements that a foreign student must have an appropriate visa in order to be admitted to a school.
Most countries require a student to provide a passport valid for some months beyond the planned study, a letter of acceptance from the University indicating place, duration of the course and dates of attendance; A letter stating that you have your own private means of support; a bank letter with your account number, financial status, and balance; and finally - information on your round trip flight reservations.
There are thousands of foreign students welcomed to the US who have valid F-1 Student Visas. The foreign citizen must have a valid educational purpose for coming to the United States and be a full time student. It is not possible to be a part-time student on an F-1 Visa. The student can stay in the United States for as long as he/she is enrolled in school. The F-1 student visa is normally issued at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate in the student’s home country.
Students may work on campus as long as they are enrolled in school.
She may be a wonderful person and a good student who is caught in the cracks. It seems that she wants the system to change for her, but don't blame it on the system. Unfortunately, her parents created her problem.