Csuf is an island of peace in the Pacific, a place where people are free to live and work without fear of arrest or imprisonment.
That’s what made it popular with academics who wanted to study abroad and the government there was happy to provide them with a safe haven.
“I can’t say that we had any negative experiences with the government, but we felt that they were very supportive of us,” said Suha Khawaja, a student from Pakistan.
But now, her parents are concerned that their daughter’s studies will be interrupted as she’s away on an international study abroad trip.
“My parents are not very happy that she’s going on a study abroad,” she said.
Khawaja’s mother, Farzana, has been looking for a safe place for her daughter for more than a year.
She recently sent her daughter to study in the United States and Canada, and the school there told her that the university would not allow her to go home.
So she contacted the university to find out more about the school’s policies.
After a little bit of digging, she learned that students are required to register for an internship before they can go home and enroll in a course.
But her daughter’s internship is in the fall, so she had to wait until the next semester.
“She was supposed to go to school this week, but she was unable to,” Khawajo said.
The family is also worried about the safety of their daughter, who is an international student.
“There’s nothing we can do about it,” she told ABC News.
“If she does not graduate, we will have no one to help her with her studies.
I’m really worried that her future will be ruined.”
The government said that there are no restrictions on foreign students studying in Canada or the United Kingdom.
The International Centre for Education and Research (ICER), which oversees the program, says that it’s the government’s responsibility to ensure students are safe.
“We cannot provide a safe environment for students to study and the only way we can ensure students have the support they need to be successful in their studies is to provide the best possible educational experience,” the university said in a statement.