The U.S. Department of State on Tuesday proposed a set of regulatory changes in its Exchange Visitor program, which brings scholars, students and others to the United States for educational purposes. The proposed rules, which were published in the Federal Register and are open to public comment through November 23, amends the "general provisions" portion of federal regulations governing various visa programs for educational exchanges. Officials at NAFSA: Association of International Educators said they were reviewing the proposed regulations and would comment on them soon.
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