Immigration Response Team

Travel Ban to Go into Full Effect while Litigation Proceeds 

The Supreme Court has ruled to allow the full travel ban to take effect while litigation proceeds. Read our update here.

International students and scholars should contact their campus office for international services with questions and concerns (see Resources for each campus). The Immigration Response Team is also available for consultations.

Other Immigration Policy Updates

November 15: Appeals Court Allows Travel Ban 3.0 to Partially Take Effect>>

October 18: Court Blocks Travel Ban 3.0>>

Indefinite Travel Ban under Executive Order>> 

New Resources

Know Your Rights

Avoid Scams
We have resources to avoid scams aimed at immigrations and international students.

Immigration Resources by Campus
We updated our resource section with services available to all UMN campuses.

“Extreme Vetting” for U.S. Visas

Embassies and consulates can now request much more information from visa applicants. We are interested in learning how this might affect all UMN campuses. If you are willing to share, use this form to report your visa application experience.

Tracking Experiences with Customs and Border Protection

Immigrants, international students and scholars, and U.S. citizens can share their experience with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) when entering the United States. Experiences with Customs and Border Protection is a voluntary form to help us understand how students and staff might be affected by CBP inspections, including searches of mobile devices.

Immigration Policy Briefing

ISSS, Student Legal Services and the James H. Binger Center for New Americans joined us September 25 for a policy briefing on immigration. Watch a recording of that briefing here.

Sign up for our mailing list

The Immigration Response Team will regularly send out updates, event announcements and other information to our mailing list. You must have a umn.edu account to join. Sign up now >>

Request a presentation

Members of the Immigration Response Team are available to make presentations to groups, units and committees on various topics related to immigration. Make a request >>

Looking for Legal Help?

You should begin by reviewing our list of resources available at the University and in the community.

Additionally, the Immigration Response Team is available to talk with individuals who are looking for legal assistance and need information about where to get help.  Please email us at immigration@umn.edu.

"We are a global university, with students from more than 135 nations, with a remarkable number of faculty from many countries, and with a history of sending our own students abroad...Globalism is a part of us." — President Eric Kaler