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Friday, Apr 24, 2020

The following email was sent out to our international students and scholars on April 23, 2020:

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Please do not respond to this email. Should you have any questions, please email puvisa@princeton.edu or contact your...

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2020
by Albert Rivera

President Trump announced via tweet on Monday evening that he will be signing an order temporarily suspending immigration to the United States. While it is unclear what the details and implications of the administration’s new immigration executive order will be, Princeton will continue to stand with and support our international faculty,...

Friday, Mar 20, 2020

The following email was sent out to our international students and scholars on March 20, 2020:

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Please do not respond to this email. Should you have any questions, please email puvisa@princeton.edu or contact your...

Thursday, Mar 19, 2020

The following email was sent out to our international undergraduate students on March 16, 2020:

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Please do not respond to this email. Should you have any questions, please email puvisa@princeton.edu or contact your...

Thursday, Mar 19, 2020

The following email was sent out to our International Scholars on March 16, 2020:

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Please do not respond to this email. Should you have any questions, please email puvisa@princeton.edu or contact your...

Thursday, Mar 12, 2020

The following email was sent out to our international undergraduate students on March 11, 2020:

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Please do not respond to this email. Should you have any questions, please email puvisa@princeton.edu or contact your...

Monday, Mar 2, 2020

A new U.S. government rule took effect, on February 24, 2020, requiring adjustment (i.e., green card) applicants to disclose whether they have received certain public benefits. The same rule also applies to individuals requesting a change of status (e.g., from F-1 to H-1B) or an extension of stay in the U.S., and will apply to certain visa...

Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020
This page contains the latest updates on the Presidential Proclamations/Travel Bans.

 

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Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019
by Albert Rivera

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday, November 12th on cases challenging the federal government’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, including a complaint filed by Princeton University, Microsoft and Princeton graduate María Perales Sánchez.

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