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1 foreigner and school on Fri Feb 12, 2016 8:35 am


Arresto Menor
I'm a retired American military living here in the P.I. using my G.I. bill to go to school. I recently transferred to ABE (AMA associate) and I was told everything was good with my application. After a month of going to classes the Dean approached me and told me I was not allowed to go to school there anymore since I am not a resident of the P.I. This causes a lot of problems for me and my family because now I will not be getting my income from the G.I. bill (around $1600 a month). The school and Dean knew I wouldn't be allowed to attend their school because they are not a credited (I didn't know this since they knew what the G.I. bill was all about)but didn't tell me for a month and now it's too late to find another school for this trimester/semester. Would I have a case against them? Maybe for misrepresentation or hardship?

As a side not I had applied for my student visa after being accepted into this school adding to the cost...

Last edited by dm3990 on Fri Feb 12, 2016 9:10 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : info addition)

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