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Shahab Dehghani, 24, who was planning to study economics at Northeastern University, arrived in Boston on Sunday night with a valid student visa but was held at the airport overnight for questioning and put back on a plane to Iran the next evening. His flight left minutes after his lawyers obtained a court order directing the immigration authorities to allow Mr. Dehghani to remain in the country for 48 hours while his case was reviewed. But a federal judge declared the issue moot in an emergency hearing on Tuesday morning because Mr. Dehghani had already departed. Dehghani is one of at least 13 Iranian students who have been turned away since August at airports across the country despite having valid visas.
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‘I have lost everything’: Iranian students with valid visas sent home upon arrival at U.S. airports
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The student was bound for study at Northeastern University but was sent back after arriving in Boston. He's the latest in what experts say has been a troubling number of cases of Iranians being turned back despite having valid student visas. Immigration lawyers and advocates for Iranian Americans say they have seen a rise in cases of Iranians with valid visas being turned away at airports, at either the port of departure or entry. Ryan Costello, policy director for the National Iranian American Council, said he is aware of about two dozen such cases since August. He attributed the trend to heightened tensions between the U. District Court for Massachusetts.
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Iranian Student Turned Back at Airport, Sparking Protest
A Northeastern University student from Iran was denied entry into the U. A Northeastern student from Iran was deported Monday after being denied entry into the United States and held at Boston Logan International Airport, sparking protests and prompting to school to fight on his behalf. Lawyers for Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein Abadi, 24, are working working with the schools attorneys to keep bring him back to the country after he was deported to France. On Monday, federal officials detained the student at Logan Airport.
After nearly days of vetting and background checks by the U. Customs and Border Protection officers for additional questioning. They led her to a separate area of the airport, where an officer inquired about her travels, her work experience, her family, her studies and what her cellphone number was in Iran, she said.
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