WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announces the Secretary of Homeland Security has suspended certain regulatory requirements for F-1 nonimmigrant Nepalese students who are experiencing severe economic hardship as a direct result of the April earthquake in Nepal. This relief applies only to students whose country of citizenship is Nepal and who were
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For many international students, coming to study in the United States is the first time they leave home. Meredith shared what her experience was like leaving home for the first time.
Getting involved in extracurricular activities is just as important as studying and doing well in classes. The experiences you gain outside of the classroom will help you down the road!
For international students, searching for off-campus housing can be an interesting journey. If you’re still searching for a place or thinking of moving, here are some tips to help you in your house hunt.
I’ll never forget the first time I cried in America. As a new international student, arriving in the U.S. can be stressful. Read more.
When first arriving in the U.S., one thing that Zijie experienced for the first time was sleeping in a king-size bed! Read more.
As an international student or as an American study abroad student, do you remember the first time you walked around your new campus?
It’s a very exciting moment when international students see their new American hometown for the very first time! Yongdan shares her experience the first time she saw Columbus, Ohio.
While studying in the United States is a very exciting time for new international students, it’s also important to keep in mind personal safety. Here are five tips to stay safe while studying in the States.