DECEMBER 4, 2017 UPDATE: The U.S. Supreme Court issued two orders, (available here and here on the SCOTUSblog website), which allow full enforcement of the travel ban imposed by the September 24, 2017 Presidential Proclamation as litigation continues in the lower courts. This proclamation restricts visa issuance and entry to the United States for citizens/nationals of eight countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.
The International Center Student Council (ICSC) is looking for globally-minded students to promote international engagement on the U-M campus. This ICSC volunteer positions are a great way to get involved on campus and build your resume.
On March 6, 2017, President Trump signed a new executive order entitled "Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States”, which revokes and replaces Executive Order 13769, issued on January 27, 2017. The new order includes a revised 90-day entry ban on nationals of six countries - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen – and is effective on March 16, 2017. Please refer to this page for clarifications as additional information becomes available, for updates on important and relevant changes, for information on how this order affects U-M’s international students, scholars, faculty and staff, and for Executive Order resources.
On October 8, 2017, the United States temporarily suspended nonimmigrant visa issuance at its consulates within Turkey. The United States Embassy in Turkey has now announced that the processing of nonimmigrant visas has resumed on a limited basis. For a detailed announcement and answers to common questions, please visit the U.S. Embassy website.