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USCIS Fee Changes

We are writing with a very important update regarding upcoming fee changes at the USCIS. This will affect you if you plan on applying for any of the following: Optional Practical Training (OPT), 24 Month STEM Extension of OPT, Change of Status, Reinstatement, J-2 Work Authorization or Economic Hardship Work Authorization.
These applications all require Form I-765 or Form I-539.

Unfortunately, fees for these applications are increasing as of December 23, 2016.
A complete list of the increases can be found at:
Form I-765 is increasing from $380 to $410 and Form I-539 is increasing from $290 to $370.

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Health Insurance update

Changes to the Pharmacy Network
Effective January 1, 2017, CVS pharmacies and CVS pharmacies in a Target store will no longer be a part of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) standard pharmacy network, administered by Prime Therapeutics.
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Important Spring 2017 Semester Reminder

Reminder to F-1 and J-1 Students:

Immigration regulations require F-1 and J-1 students to be enrolled full time during Fall and Spring at UTA. Full time at UTA is 9 hours for Graduate Students and 12 hours for Undergraduate Students. The immigration regulations allow waivers of the full time enrollment requirement under certain limited circumstances. Such waivers may only be granted by the advisors in the Office of International Education before the end of the enrollment period (Census Day), or before the student drops a course. Census date for the Spring 2017 Semester is Wednesday, February 1.

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Nepal Student TPS Update

Temporary Protected Status Extended for Nepal for an additional 18 months, effective Dec. 25, 2016 through June 24, 2018. For more information, go to:

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Travel Executive Order

On March 6, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order effective March 16, 2017, impacting certain individuals seeking entry to the U.S. who are from Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen.

The Executive Order does not apply to individuals who are within the United States on the effective date of the Order or to those individuals who hold a valid visa. However, international students and scholars from the six affected countries or traveling to these countries are strongly encouraged to seek guidance from an OIE advisor prior to international travel.    Information and Resources

SEVIS Address Guidelines for F-1 and J-1 Students

Your PHYSICAL PRESENCE ADDRESS must be your address in the USA and your address information must conform to SEVIS guidelines for the duration of your program regardless of whether you are in the United States or temporarily outside the U.S. If you move, you must update your address within 10 days.

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