Washington update

Between the Coronavirus pandemic and a presidential proclamation suspending travel on most J-1 Visas, exchange programmes in the United States are being negatively impacted. The international exchange community in the United States is fighting back. From demonstrating impact, involving new stakeholders in advocacy engagement, suing in federal court, and promoting a SaveJ1 social media campaign, Program Sponsors and associations are working to keep exchange programs alive. Most importantly, immigration policies are likely to be on many Americans’ minds when they vote in the US presidential and congressional elections on November 3rd. The election results will shape policies that impact exchange programmes for many years to come. Join Ilir Zherka, Executive Director of the Alliance for International Exchange, for a timely update on all these issues and more.


Ilir Zherka

Executive Director
The Alliance for International Exchange


Carye Duffin

Vice President, External Relations
Council on International Educational Exchange

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