Customs officials recently denied Northeastern University student Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein Abadi entry into the United States when he landed at Logan airport — despite having a valid student visa — and was sent back on a plane to France despite a judge placing a 48-hour delay on his removal.

Abadi has raised troubling allegations about how Customs and Border Protection agents in Boston treated him throughout the questioning period, including providing false information to his counsel. Local immigration attorneys and colleges said his case fits within a growing pattern of Iranian students being denied entry at U.S. airports.

Abadi’s attorneys, Susan Church, Kerry Doyle, and Heather Yountz, joined Jim Braude Monday on Greater Boston to talk about his case.