Travel Ban Timeline
President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration issued on January 27, 2017, created uncertainty and confusion for many, including students at Hamilton. This timeline provides background on what has transpired since the order was first issued.
Hamilton continues to advise foreign nationals to exercise caution if considering travel outside the United States. The College will update its guidance as the situation evolves.
- Check with your airline prior to departure to ensure you will be able to board
- Expect security and customs delays, and leave yourself additional time at the airport
- Carry your passport, valid visa, valid visa stamp, I-20, a letter from Hamilton College attesting to your status, your resume or CV, and the cell phone number of a designated contact person at Hamilton
- If you travel abroad and you are not permitted to return to the U.S., inform your designated contact person
DHS New Rules on Deportation
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April 24, 2018
A Federal Court Judge from the District of Columbia ruled that protections for DACA recipients must stay in place and that the government must resume accepting new applications.
January 9, 2018
A U.S. judge in San Francisco has temporarily barred the Trump administration from ending DACA which shields young people who were illegally brought to the United States by their parents from deportation.
September 5, 2017
President Trump announced that his administration would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that allowed young undocumented immigrants to live in the country without fear of deportation. Immigrants who have lived illegally in the U.S. since they were children would be subject to removal once their government-issued work permits expire.
Yes. Hamilton will accept and consider applications from undocumented students.
Hamilton College will give full consideration to all undocumented students, and has a formal relationship with Golden Door Scholars, which works with students who have DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status.
We recognize the emotional strain that these events and the weight of uncertainty are placing on members of our community. If you’d like to speak with a counselor or a mental health professional, contact:
Counselors are available by phone 24/7/365. Call 315-859-4340 to be connected. During office hours, ask to be connected to a counselor by phone; after hours, press option 2 (you don’t need to wait for the message to end). Counseling Center, 315-859-4340, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamilton offers services through its Employee Assistance Program [1-888-293-6948, or visit the Besinger, DuPont & Associates website using username “standard” and password “eap4u”] that include free, expert, confidential consultations and referrals to professionals near where you work or live.
|Campus resources available to anyone with questions or concerns (business hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)|
|Dean of Students Office
Allen Harrison, Associate Dean of Students
|Academic Support for Multilingual Students||315-859-4150|
|Human Resources Office
Mike Thayer, Employment Manager
The information on these pages was compiled from numerous sources, including the Brown University Undergraduate Admission webpage, CNN, Harvard University Global Support Services, The New York Times and the Syracuse University Slutzker Center for International Services.