A free, 10-page Guide for Colleges, Universities and Post-Secondary Schools on Certification/Participation in the Student and Exchange Visitor Program
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) is an immigration program jointly administered by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at the Department of Homeland Security and the consulates and embassies of the State Department. In order to accept foreign students, a school must qualify for SEVP and follow its requirements.
Business immigration attorneys Russell Ford and Michael Murray, Founding Partners of FordMurray, have authored a 10-page Guide on how the SEVP process works, how schools can participate or get recertified and other issues that schools should know about.
Who Should Read the Guide: This Guide is designed for higher education professionals who are responsible for foreign student enrollment or SEVP certification/recertification.
What You Will Learn:
Part 1: What is SEVP (Student and Exchange Visitor Program)?
Part 2: Understanding a glossary of terms
Part 3: The process: What schools must know to get started
Part 4: SEVP program compliance