June 26, 2017
PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDER: A Supreme Court decision on Monday, June 26 allows for parts of the travel ban to go into effect in the next 72 hours, impacting those without "bona fide relationship with any person or entity in the United States." According to NAFSA (Association of International Educators), most students and scholars should continue to be exempt from the 90-day bar. For the latest news and updates on the Presidential Executive Order, visit NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
March 16, 2017
Update on Executive Order: March 15, 2017. The U.S. District Court in Hawaii issued a nationwide temporary restraining order, putting a temporary stop on the executive order which was to go into effect on March 16, 2017.
Information on Presidential Executive Orders as they affect Rutgers students, faculty, and scholars will continue to be updated on this page. Please check back frequently for the most recent guidance.
March 6, 2017
The White House has released a new Executive Order signed by President Trump on March 6, 2016. Please click here for a full text of the order.
We will be updating this page with more information, and will also reach out to our international students, faculty, and scholars by email discussing how this new Order impacts our international community.
Contact us: Please reach out to your international student/faculty/scholar adviser with any questions and feel free to stop by our offices.
Please note: President Trump's Executive Order on Immigration signed on Jan 27, 2017 is no longer valid.
March 8, 2017 -
USCIS Temporarily Suspends Premium Processing for H-1B Petitions Starting April 3
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Services office serves the specialized needs of RBHS's international
students and scholars and their dependents. Services
include communication of relevant information to both
students and staff by means of information workshops
and orientation programs for new students, and provision
of comprehensive advising. RBHS International Services
ensures the university's compliance with all U.S.
immigration regulations and procedures, and is the
university's liaison to the U.S. Departments of State
and Homeland Security. Advice is provided to departments
seeking to hire or enroll foreign nationals under
the F-1, J-1, H1B, or O-1 visa classifications as appropriate.
RBHS International Services is a part of the university-wide Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers). The GAIA Centers work toward developing a comprehensive, campus-wide set of international initiatives and services, initiating collaborative projects and strategic partnerships around the world, and expanding students' opportunities for international study and research.