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Resources for the Executive Order Immigration Ban

Feb 13 2017

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Faculty, Staff, Students
Getting Help and Support: Stanford Resources for Students, Postdocs, Faculty, Staff
Stanford is offering a range of support services for those with needs and questions about immigration issues. The Bechtel International Center can connect members of the campus community to legal assistance, drawing on expanded staffing in the Immigrants' Rights Clinic of Stanford Law School. Informational sessions, expanded counseling services, online travel guidance and emergency financial support are among the other services being made available.

* Includes resources for legal, financial, job search, and personal wellbeing issues.


Stanford Faculty Senate on the Jan 27th Executive Order & the Ban 
At its Feb. 9 meeting, the Faculty Senate heard updates from President Marc Tessier-Lavigne on Stanford’s long-range planning process and its efforts to support and assist its immigrant and international community, heard a presentation on Stanford Law School, discussed non-tenure-track faculty and passed a resolution on immigration policies.

 

Stanford Immigration Policy Website

As events continue to unfold regarding federal immigration policy, this page provides resources for members of the Stanford community.

 

Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne joins 47 other college and university presidents in urging President Trump to rectify or rescind the January 27th Executive Order
 

Statement on Stanford Leadership on Immigration Principles
 

Our faculty affiliate Shirin Sinnar and Jayashri Srikantiah discuss the Jan 27th executive order, its potential consequences, and the law.

Jewish Studies Faculty Statement on Trump Executive Orders

American Anthropological Association Calls for Immediate Reversal of Executive Order

Statement of the American Sociological Association Concerning the New Administration’s recent and future activities

Middle East Studies Association’s Task Force on Civil and Human Rights’ Memo on Executive Order to Limit Entry of Middle Eastern Refugees and Immigrants

Association for Slavic, East European, Eurasian Studies expresses deep concern

Statement Issued by the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Religion (AAR)

 

 

More useful immigration-related resources available at immigration.stanford.edu.

Please email us at abbasiprogram@stanford.edu if you’d like to add other statements from relevant academic and professional organizations.