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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:16 pm    Post subject: ICE proposes changes to international student programs  Reply with quote

ICE proposes changes to international student programs

WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is proposing changes to the requirements governing its Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) that are intended to improve management of international student programs and increase opportunities for study by spouses and children of nonimmigrant students.

The change would provide school officials more flexibility in determining the number of designated school officials (DSOs) to nominate for oversight of campuses by eliminating the limit of 10 DSOs in favor of a more flexible approach. DSOs are dedicated resources at SEVP-certified schools who help F-1 and M-1 nonimmigrant students maintain their status, fill out important government forms and obtain benefits while in the United States.

Additionally, the changes proposed in the notice of proposed rulemaking would allow dependents and spouses of international students with F-1 or M-1 nonimmigrant status to study at a SEVP-certified school as long as it is less than full-time.

“These proposed changes will provide greater incentives for international students to study in the United States by broadening study opportunities for their spouses and children,” said SEVP Director Louis Farrell.

The proposed changes stem from recommendations put forth by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council (HSAAC) and build on a series of reforms designed to further the commitment to attracting international students while maintaining national security standards.

The rulemaking supports DHS’s initiative to enhance the economic, scientific and technological competitiveness of the United States by finding new ways to encourage the most talented international students to study and learn about expanded post-graduate opportunities in the United States.

The proposed rule was submitted for publication to the Federal Register and is open for public comment until Jan. 21, 2014. ICE encourages the public to submit formal input on the proposed rule through www.regulations.gov during the open comment period.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:40 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

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ICE proposes changes to international student programs

WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is proposing changes to the requirements governing its Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) that are intended to improve management of international student programs and increase opportunities for study by spouses and children of nonimmigrant students.

The change would provide school officials more flexibility in determining the number of designated school officials (DSOs) to nominate for oversight of campuses by eliminating the limit of 10 DSOs in favor of a more flexible approach. DSOs are dedicated resources at SEVP-certified schools who help F-1 and M-1 nonimmigrant students maintain their status, fill out important government forms and obtain benefits while in the United States.

Additionally, the changes proposed in the notice of proposed rulemaking would allow dependents and spouses of international students with F-1 or M-1 nonimmigrant status to study at a SEVP-certified school as long as it is less than full-time.

“These proposed changes will provide greater incentives for international students to study in the United States by broadening study opportunities for their spouses and children,” said SEVP Director Louis Farrell.

The proposed changes stem from recommendations put forth by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council (HSAAC) and build on a series of reforms designed to further the commitment to attracting international students while maintaining national security standards.

The rulemaking supports DHS’s initiative to enhance the economic, scientific and technological competitiveness of the United States by finding new ways to encourage the most talented international students to study and learn about expanded post-graduate opportunities in the United States.

The proposed rule was submitted for publication to the Federal Register and is open for public comment until Jan. 21, 2014. ICE encourages the public to submit formal input on the proposed rule through www.regulations.gov during the open comment period.


http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDHSICE/bulletins/95d820


Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.

Das große Problem beginnt ja NACH dem Studium bei der Erlangung der notwendigen Green Card. Da schlagen dann die Limits und auch die Country Limits zu.

Die Sache wäre aber einfach zu lösen: Man kommt mit den Republicans zu einer Übereinstimmung für eine ausgebaute Border Security/Control, um die Löcher für illegale Zuwanderung besser zu stopfen. Im Gegenzug gibt es dann eine BIPARTISAN Comprehensive Immigration Reform. - Sowas wäre allemal besser und wirkungsvoller!
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:48 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

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Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.


Sagt derjenige, der nie studiert hat....
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 9:55 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

Real wrote:
Kryptos wrote:


Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.


Sagt derjenige, der nie studiert hat....


Hallo, und willkommen im Forum.  Wuerde mich freuen, wenn du dich kurz vorstellen magst.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:23 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

Real wrote:
Kryptos wrote:


Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.


Sagt derjenige, der nie studiert hat....


Hmmm... Und woher weisst Du das, was ich habe oder nicht?

Aber selbst wenn nicht? Was hat das mit dem Thema zu tun? Vor allem, da es meiner Einwanderung unter EB2/NIW nicht abträglich war.  zunge

Erzähl lieber mal was von Dir. zwinger  grinsen
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 4:31 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

Kryptos wrote:
Real wrote:
Kryptos wrote:


Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.


Sagt derjenige, der nie studiert hat....


Hmmm... Und woher weisst Du das, was ich habe oder nicht?

Aber selbst wenn nicht? Was hat das mit dem Thema zu tun? Vor allem, da es meiner Einwanderung unter EB2/NIW nicht abträglich war.  zunge

Erzähl lieber mal was von Dir. zwinger  grinsen



Dass Du nicht studiert hast, kann man an der Qualitaet deiner Beitraege relativ leicht erkennen. Aber ist ja nicht schlimm. Muss ja auch Busfahrer geben.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 5:21 pm    Post subject: Re: ICE proposes changes to international student programs Reply with quote

forum-of-idiots wrote:
Kryptos wrote:
Real wrote:
Kryptos wrote:


Ach ja ..... Schaumschlägerei in meinen Augen.

Denn in den USA zu studieren ist ja nicht das große Problem. Doch fehlt es häufig entweder am Geld, oder am Talent für ein entsprechendes Stipendium.


Sagt derjenige, der nie studiert hat....


Hmmm... Und woher weisst Du das, was ich habe oder nicht?

Aber selbst wenn nicht? Was hat das mit dem Thema zu tun? Vor allem, da es meiner Einwanderung unter EB2/NIW nicht abträglich war.  zunge

Erzähl lieber mal was von Dir. zwinger  grinsen



Dass Du nicht studiert hast, kann man an der Qualitaet deiner Beitraege relativ leicht erkennen. Aber ist ja nicht schlimm. Muss ja auch Busfahrer geben.


Deine abfällige Bemerkung über Rentner als ehrenwerte Schulbusfahrer unterstreicht natürlich DEIN eigenes "Niveau" .....  q41

Btw, an MEINER Einwanderung siehst Du jedenfalls, dass man gar kein Studium dafür braucht. Im Af steht immer was ganz anderes!  grinsen

Wie bist DU denn in die USA gekommen ?


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