I-Caucus / PEC info on the DHS proposal to eliminate duration of status
The US Department of Homeland Security has recently published a proposal to change the visa rules, which would affect F, I, and J non-immigrants. The following resources are provided for education and action on this topic.
NAFSA Compiled Resources
NAFSA—a national organization for the education of international students—has compiled a robust set of resources that analyze the current DHS proposal. The page also includes potential talking points for and directions to submit public comment on this rule change.
NAFSA also recently held a presentation about these rule changes that addresses how the new regulations would impact new and current international students. Click here to view a recording of the presentation.
The following sites have written about this issue:
- Voice of America – New Visa Rules Worry Some Students
- PIE News – US: “Complicated & burdensome” student visa rule changes proposed
- Inside Higher Ed – Major Changes to Student Visa Rules Proposed
Here are materials compiled by TAA members:
- Slides from the TAA Town Hall on DHS Proposed Visa Rule Changes: