International Students: If you are an “international student” (in F-1 or J-1 visa status) at the University of Minnesota, please consult first with International Student and Scholar Services. ISSS has created a page of information and resources specifically related to the executive order.
All Students: Fee-paying students seeking immigration advice or other legal information related to entering or living in the U.S. should contact the University Student Legal Service.
Students, Faculty, and Staff: Students, faculty, and staff can also access legal resources beyond the University, such as:
- Volunteer Lawyers Network
- Legal Aid
- Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota
- Advocates for Human Rights
- International Institute (services specifically for refugees and asylees)
- Lutheran Social Services (services specifically for refugees and asylees)
- Find a private immigration attorneys through the American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Students can reach out to student mental health resources for support.
- Student cultural centers and organizations offer opportunities for students to connect and support one another.
- Employees who are affected or have questions and concerns can contact the Office of Human Resources Employee Assistance Program.
- The University of Minnesota Law School's Center for New Americans pursues litigation to improve our nation’s immigration laws and supports noncitizens in the region through education and community outreach.