The second Executive Order from March 6 was stuck down in court on March 15. Read more information, updates, and resources from NAFSA: Association of International Educators. 

Know your rights

Immigrants who live, learn, and work in the United States have basic rights. The National Immigration Law Center is a great resource for learning the facts about access to higher education, including current state laws and policies for immigrants. Additionally, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) offers helpful information through its Know Your Rights pamphlets. Another helpful site is "Directing International Students and Scholars to Resources on their Rights in Encounters with Law Enforcement" compiled by NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

Immigration resources

We recommend you monitor these web sites for the latest news about U.S. immigration. These trusted organizations provide expert, impartial, and reliable information. Exercise caution when exploring other online sources in order to avoid false or misleading information on the issues. 

Avoiding scams

Scammers and other disreputable individuals sometimes try to take advantage of immigrants and their lack of knowledge about U.S. laws and civil rights policies. Don't be a victim! Empower yourself by learning how to identify and avoid a scam with these tips from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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