The resources bellow are from reputable organizations, law firms as well as from various offices within Yale. We hope you find these helpful.
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
There are many different resources here regarding the executive orders and immigration. In addition they have details about the chronological sequence of the orders.
Tips for Surviving in a Time of Immigration Uncertainty
This website is co-authored by Cornell Law Professor Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, who also practices immigration law at Miller Mayer LLP in Ithaca, New York, and Dan Berger, a partner at Curran & Berger, LLP in Northampton, Massachusetts. This is an excellent resource for up to date guidance on issues affecting international scholars and students (including DACA.)
American Immigration Lawyer Association updates
This site includes new laws and regulations, as well as discussion for pending draft provisions which may change..
Wolfsdorf & Rosenthal: 5 Things U.S. Citizen’s and Others Need to Know about Border Searches
From a reputable law firm, a good summary of various issues that may occur when entering / re-entering the U.S.
The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)
Diversity and Inclusion
Yale Diversity and Inclusion
This is a central resource linking to various Centers and organizations at Yale which support diversity and inclusion.
Responding to Everyday Bigotry
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a good resource to understand and respond to bigotry.
Coping with Stress in Difficult Times
Bloomberg on new DHS Memos
February 22, 2017
A discussion of how DHS memos change the immigration landscape.
Yale Law professor Rodriguez explains executive orders to NPR
January 24, 2017
A short audio segment on the history and authority of Executive Orders.
Fortune: Colleges Could Lose $700 Million a Year
January 31, 2017
This article focuses on the potential economic loss to colleges and universities with the Executive Order instituting a travel ban for designated countries.
DISCLAIMER: The resources and guidance listed on this page do not constitute legal advice. Please consult with your OISS adviser or an immigration attorney about the particulars of your situation.