The Provost and I are committed to ensuring that all who are affected by any
immigration policy changes will have a clear and accessible path to resources and support,
and to get their questions answered in a timely fashion.
— President Eric Kaler
President Kaler announced the creation of the Immigration Response Team at his State of the University address in March 2017. The mission of the Immigration Response Team is to ensure that all who are affected by immigration policy changes have access to resources and support.
“Extreme Vetting” for U.S. Visas at Embassies and Consulates
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.
Updates on Immigration Policy Changes
June 23: Dreamers Can Stay...For Now>>
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 >>
Opening August 19, 2017: "I Am Somali": Three Visual Artists from the Twin Cities, Minneapolis Institute of Art>>