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Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting Intl Students Book

As universities work to recruit and retain international students, there is a growing need to develop methods and resources that address the unique mental health concerns of international communities. This important publication features helpful resources and practical, action-oriented checklists for international student advisers on topics including peer mentoring programs, insurance for mental health services, and advice for handling day-to-day stressors.

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Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting Intl Students PDF

As universities work to recruit and retain international students, there is a growing need to develop methods and resources that address the unique mental health concerns of international communities. This important publication features helpful resources and practical, action-oriented checklists for international student advisers on topics including peer mentoring programs, insurance for mental health services, and advice for handling day-to-day stressors.

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Advising International Students with Disabilities

This digital download is essential for ensuring that international students with disabilities have successful experiences planning for their arrival in the United States and integrating into campus life. Featuring a variety of checklists, practice scenarios, and expert knowledge, it synthesizes actionable information on common accommodations with insights on cultural competency.

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Alcohol and Marijuana Offenses: Potential Impact

International students and scholars might reasonably assume that using marijuana where it's legal in the United States would not impact their immigration status. They might also reasonably presume that simply being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, but not convicted, would not affect their visa eligibility. Reasonable but wrong.

Student and scholar advising is now vastly more complicated due to marijuana legalization and the Department of State's new practice of revoking visas of those arrested for DUI. Well-informed advisers must help students and scholars understand the impact that alcohol and marijuana use or offenses might have on their immigration status and visa eligibility.

Join this live NAFSA e-Learning Seminar to learn from expert presenters, including an immigration attorney and two managers of international student offices.

The presenters will address how the variance of state and federal marijuana laws complicate the issue, and review information advisers can provide to students and scholars concerning the risks of marijuana purchase, use, and transport, even in jurisdictions where it is legal. The presenters will also explain what visa revocation means and explore the implications of DUI-related revocations, including the consular processes involved in future visa applications. The seminar will also provide the legal framework for understanding how criminal offenses, generally, may impact immigration status and visa eligibility.

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Careers in International Education: New Professionals

This book is a practical guide to planning the first 5 to 7 years of a career in international education.

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Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting

A compendium of experience and expertise from many professionals in the field of international educational exchange, and designed to prepare international educators and others to respond appropriately, expeditiously, and comprehensively to student crises.

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Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting

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