San Francisco Bay Area BA-PIER

Bay Area Professionals in International Education Roundtable

Spring 2018 SEVP InFocus Webinar, May 3, 2018

We wanted to let you know about our Spring 2018 SEVP InFocus Webinar, which will air on Thursday, May 3, 2018, from 2 to 3 p.m. EDT.  During the webinar, SEVP representatives will discuss program news and updates, as well as tips and reminders about graduation, summer vacation eligibility and international travel.

Below are details about the webinar below, and attached is an Outlook invitation that allows you to save the webinar date and time directly to your personal calendar —

Webinar overview:

The Spring 2018 SEVP InFocus Webinar will discuss the latest program news and updates for DSOs, including:

  • The SEVP Portal deployment;
  • SEVIS upload evidence functionality;
  • Updated evidence guides on ICE.gov/SEVP;
  • Tips and reminders about graduation, annual vacation eligibility and international travel; and
  • New resources on Study in the States.

Audience:

This webinar is designed for DSOs and will provide an opportunity to learn about new features, such as SEVIS upload evidence functionality, that assist with day-to-day student and school reporting responsibilities.

Access the webinar:

You can access the webinar using the following link—no registration required: http://sevp.adobeconnect.com/InFocus

Additional information:

 Visit the Study in the States Spring 2018 SEVP InFocus Webinar page to learn more about this webinar. You can also visit the Study in the States Stakeholder Webinars page to view information about webinars hosted by SEVP and our government partners, and past webinar recordings. 

SEVP Government Voices Webinar, May 16, 2018


We invite you to join us for the Government Voices Webinar: What to Expect at a U.S. Port of Entry happening on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. EDT.  During this webinar, CBP officers and SEVP subject matter experts will have an in-depth discussion about the port of entry processes nonimmigrant students encounter throughout the student life cycle. Presenters will talk about primary vs. secondary inspection; documentation; how entry processes may differ at land, air and sea ports of entry; and other topics related to student entry into the United States.

 Below are some details about the webinar, and attached are a few items related to the webinar:

1.     An Outlook invitation: allows you to save the webinar date and time directly to your personal calendar

2.     A webinar flyer: as with our other resources, you are welcome to send this flyer out to your colleagues or print them out for the office!

 Webinar overview:

During this webinar, CBP officers and SEVP subject matter experts will have an in-depth discussion about the port of entry processes nonimmigrant students encounter throughout the student life cycle. Presenters will talk about primary vs. secondary inspection; documentation; how entry processes may differ at land, air and sea ports of entry; and other topics related to student entry into the United States.

 Audience:

This webinar is intended for designated school officials, students, and those with an interest in how SEVP and CBP responsibilities for student arrival and entry to the United States overlap.

 Access the webinar:

You can access the webinar using the following link—registration not required:

https://sevp.adobeconnect.com/Government-Voices

 Additional information:

Visit the Study in the States Government Voices Webinar: What to Expect at a U.S. Port of Entry page to learn more about this webinar, and the Stakeholder Webinars page to view information about other upcoming webinars and previous webinar recordings.