We are available to talk to you if you are looking for legal assistance and need information about where to get help. Please email us at email@example.com to request a consultation.
Immigration Drop-in Hours
During the academic year, we hold Immigration Drop-in Hours for students.
Travel Letters for Faculty and Staff
We can help faculty and staff in need of travel letters. If you are concerned that your country of birth, citizenship or U.S. immigration status might cause difficulties re-entering the United States, we can work with you and your department to write a travel letter affirming your role at the University of Minnesota. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International students should contact ISSS for assistance.
Monitoring the Impact of Immigration Policy Changes
We are monitoring the experiences and needs of the UMN community through outreach and consultations. You can email us at email@example.com or use the following forms to voluntarily share your experiences obtaining a U.S. visa or entering the United States.
“Extreme Vetting” for U.S. Visas>>
The administration approved additional questions that can be asked of visa applicants. If you would like to share your visa application experience with a U.S. consulate or embassy, please use this form.
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. This will help us understand how students and staff might be affected by CBP inspections, including searches of mobile devices.
Immigration Policy Updates
Read about recent immigration policy changes and their impacts at the University of Minnesota.
Read, Learn, Discuss
The university has numerous resources to learn and understand immigration-related issues.