Managing Your International and Undocumented Student Populations in Uncertain Times
It isn’t an overstatement to assert that the challenges facing American higher education, where international and undocumented students are concerned, have never been greater… not even during the Cold War or the War on Terror. Attendance by Chinese students --- a robust 350,000 annually at last count--- is at risk in light of the trade war and allegations of trade-secret misappropriation. Applications from predominantly-Muslim nations has plunged, in one case 27%. And the 98,000 Dreamers graduating from U.S. high schools each June remain in jeopardy: political footballs as the 2020 elections loom.
Please join Dr. Jim Castagnera, Esq. as he presents strategies and tactics to meet these challenges.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- An overview of the latest rules and regulations governing F-1 and J-1 visas
- Is there evidence of disparate treatment of applicants from disfavored nations?
- The prospects for revision of visa-eligibility rules
- Current DACA-student rights to admission and financial aid
- The likely outcome and impact of the pending Supreme Court ruling
- How to satisfy the government’s concern that higher education is safeguarding its intellectual property while continuing to welcome grad students and post-docs from abroad
- Fundamentals of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations and practical compliance guidance
- AND MUCH MORE!
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