J-1 SEVIS Essentials Package Discount: Level I: Introduction to J-1 and Level II: Student Program Implementation
Start Date: March 13, 2020
April 16, 2020
March 4, 2020 12:00 am
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PLEASE NOTE: This workshop requires sufficient registration to run. Please do not make non-refundable travel arrangements until it is confirmed on February 28th!
There is no Early Bird Discount on a Package. A Package is the lowest rate available. The Package Discount ends February 28th.
A certificate of completion is awarded upon completion of the full J-1 Essentials Program (J-1 Level I and any J-1 Level II).
March 13th - J-1 Level I - Introduction to J-1 Exchange Visitor Status and Program Designation
This workshop has been created for those who seek a thorough introduction to J-1 Exchange Visitor Status and Program Designation because they are new to the duties of a responsible officer or because their institution is considering applying for J-1 program designation. We will address issues such as:
Benefits of having a J program
J categories pertinent to academia
Regulations associated with each category
Your school’s responsibilities for maintaining a J program
Entering the U.S. in J-1 Status
Differences between J, F and H classifications
April 16th - J-1 Level II - Student Program Implementation
This workshop is designed for SEVIS Responsible and Alternate Responsible Officers who are at the Intermediate level of proficiency with a general understanding of the Exchange Visitor Program and SEVIS or who completed J-1 SEVIS Essentials – Level I. A certificate of completion is awarded upon completion of Level I and any Level II.
Selection process and criteria
SEVIS and completion of the DS-2019 for a student
Pre and post information
Ending vs termination
Change of status
Correction of the record
Trainer Name:Sal Longarino, Director, Office of International Services, Fordham University and Director of J-1 Training, IETS
Sal, Director of J-1 Training, serves as Director of the Office of International Students and Scholars at Fordham University. Previously, he directed the OISS at New York University for 7 years. Sal was NAFSA's national CAFSS (now called KC-ISSS) chair. He is a past chair of NAFSA's Region X and a past member of One To World’s Board of Directors. He is also currently NAFSA's New York State Whip for Advocacy and NAFSA's Alternate Representative to the DPI/NGO at the UN.
The Watson Hotel, NYC
The Watson Hotel is located in midtown Manhattan on West 57th Street, between 9th and 10th Aves.