Just a few weeks ago, a school in Iselin, New Jersey, was "busted" by DHS for allegedly running a scam involving foreign students. This only underscores again how important it is for prospective foreign students to be aware of what schools are and are not allowed to do, as well as what their own obligations and limitations are as a foreign student. While the school has not been proven guilty and will certainly be entitled to its day in court with a presumption of innocence, there have been scandals involving schools that directly affect their students. Even when students are innocent of any wrongdoing and actually victims, many have been forced or pressured to leave, some even deported. Students need to make sure that they are enrolled in schools approved by immigration, of course, to enroll foreign students. They also need to be cognizant of their obligations with respect to classroom time and hours and carry a full course load. Those who do not will fall out of compliance and be reported by SEVIS (Student Exchange Visitor Information System). From there, it is only a matter of time before ICE is made aware of the violations.