Students returned from US in distress due to financial burden
The students who were arrested in the immigration case in the US have returned back to India. However, post their return it is the financial burden on them that is haunting them.
These students, mostly from Hyderabad are now searching for jobs with they ready to accept any offer that comes their way even around the 15,000-20,000.
Also the loan these students took from the bank to go to the US is creating problems for them with the bank officials now mounting pressure on them to clear the debt as soon as possible, the amount ranging anywhere from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 40 lakh.
LB Nagar - based Ramesh who was arrested on January 29 and kept at a detention centre in San Jose for close to 48 hours said, " The branch manager called my father (an employee of a chit-fund company), soon after I returned, and told him to pay off the loan in the next four months. Else, they’ll forfeit the land that we gave as surety."
Meanwhile, associations such as the American Telugu Association (ATA) and Telugu Association of North America (TANA) are hosting various programmes and seminars on the things to do and not to do in the US.