SEVIS Reporting Cycles: An Update

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October 11, 2017 • 3 PM ET

SEVP certified schools are required to maintain accuracy and report on student records and school statistics within SEVIS as a part of the SEVP Certification. If your school is certified ask yourself, is your school keeping up with the SEVIS reporting cycle and all the required updates? Would you know if your school is up to date and SEVIS compliant?

SEVP has recently asserted that the Form I-17 is essentially a contractual agreement between the School and United States Department of Homeland Security. This contract obligates the school to perform as prescribed when enrolling non-immigrant international students. The reporting tasks associated with maintaining status for both students and schools must adhere to strict time lines as well as accuracy and evidence of information guidelines. Al responding to the many SEVIS communications is an expectation. Being prepared in advance with the requested documentation is critical.

This Webinar will help your school outline an interface with SEVIS schedule and plan so reporting is accurate, timely and in full compliance with SEVIS/SEVP regulations. We will review information and documentation sources needed so your staff may set the time needed for reporting on both the student and school records. If your PDSO/DSO team does not have a reporting schedule in place, this Webinar will give you the tools to create one. If your team does have a reporting schedule in place, this Webinar is an excellent source for review in making certain the schedule is up-to date and all inclusive.

Takeaways:

  • Review of the Form I-17 updates required, Annual Verification period
  • How to prepare for an RFE-Request for Evidence in terms of documentation sources
  • How to handle or plan for out-of-cycle reporting

Run Time:
Total run time is 60 minutes. The presentation will run approximately 45 minutes with15 minutes designated for Q&A.

Who Should Attend:

International Program Coordinators, PDSO/DSO’s, Dean of Students, Dean of Faculty, School Nurse, School Counselor, Faculty Advisors, Director of Athletics, Housing/Homestay Coordinators, and the College Counselor.

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Jacqueline M. Yamada

ISM Consultant

Expertise

Jacqui, a former international student program coordinator and Principal Designated School Official (PDSO), has turned her work with international students into a model for governance of international student programs. She has expertise in international student enrollment, international program establishment, SEVIS compliance, homestay concerns, and international student relations.

Current Role

As an ISM Consultant, Jacqui shares recommended strategies for international student programs with private-independent school administrators. She teaches workshops, hosts webinars, and conducts on-site consultations to help schools create, bolster, and sustain international student enrollment programs.

Prior Experience

Jacqui previously served as Director of International Programs and Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) for the Rocky Hill School, RI. She worked with SEVIS to keep her school in strict compliance with U. S. Homeland Security and Department of State. Jacqui has worked in the education field for 25 years.

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