The New York Times reported that at least a dozen Iranian graduates students that were set to begin programs in STEM at University of California campuses and other schools had their visas revoked under unexplained circumstances. As of press time, USC’s Office of International Services said no students at USC were among this batch of visa cancellations, but the move raises questions about the future for international students from Iran and other countries with whom the US has contentious relations. Annenberg Radio News reporter Kelly Yeo goes to law professor Jean Reisz to see what options these would-be students from Iran in question have for recourse.