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Back To School: Immigration Issues for Students and Universities

by Alice Yardum-Hunter, et al.

Citations for ILW.COM's Seminar
Back To School: Immigration Issues for Students and Universities

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From Steve Springer

Outline and Citations

From Craig Peterson

Immigrant intent: INA 214(b) and 9 F.A.M. 41.61 Notes 5.1-5.4

Prior use of public assistance and nonimmigrant visa application: 9 F.A.M. 40.41

Prohibition on F-2 postsecondary study: 8 CFR 214.2(f)(15)

Prohibition on B1/B2 study: 8 CFR 214.2(b)(7)

Change of status from B or F-2 to F-1 deniable if applicant began study prior to adjudication: US CIS memo (Williams) April 12, 2002.

F-1 students at public secondary schools must pay cost of tuition INA 214(m)(1) and 5-year bar for violators INA 212 (a)(6)(G)

NAFSA:Association of International Educators

NAFSA Regulatory Ombuds (liaison function) Usually two per NAFSA region; listed among Regional Team leaders on Region websites accessible through Remember however, NAFSA Regulatory Ombuds are available to DSO's, RO's etc. Work through DSO/RO to request assistance.

From Betsy Bedient

Outline: Helping Educational Institutions With Their Immigration Issues

From Alice Yardum-Hunter

Outline: Advising Colleges and Universities on Immigration Issues Amendments to E-Verify At a Glance

About The Author

Alice Yardum-Hunter are the speakers for Back To School: Immigration Issues for Students and Universities. To purchase an audio CD of all 3 sessions, see here.

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