The University of Colorado Boulder strongly opposes proposed changes to the longstanding “duration of status policy” announced Sept. 25 by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
If implemented, the rule would place restrictive new time limits on international students, postdoctoral scholars, researchers, instructors and their dependents who are in the United States pursuing their academic goals. The proposed policy change would hinder their ability to complete their academic and/or research programs.
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In support of international students, CU Boulder strongly opposes proposed changes to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s longstanding duration of status policy.
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