Immigration Strategies for International Students
Created on October 11, 2018
The availability of non-immigrant visas enabling foreign national students to study in the United States has long been a key component of the U.S. immigration system. Often, student visas are the mechanism by which our clients first enter the U.S., and they provide a valuable option for those already present. However, the role of the attorney is minimized in this process, and replaced by institutions with which attorneys have little-to-no access.
This course will provide a unique perspective for attorneys seeking a better understanding of not only the ins-and-outs of various non-immigrant visas for foreign national students, but also the concerns and practical realities of both students and the schools and programs with which they interact.
- Examine the primary visa categories for foreign national students to study in the United States
- Obtain an understanding of the student and institutional perspective to help align the objectives of clients, counsel, schools, and programs
- Discuss new policy changes that impact decision making when considering whether to extend or change status
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