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- Executive Order Information
Friday, January 27th Executive Order issued by President Trump
Friday, January 27th Visas provisionally revoked and entry to the U.S. denied for visa holders from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen
Friday, February 3 USCIS verifies processing will continue for all benefit requests regardless of the country of origin of the applicant
Friday, February 3 Federal District 9 Judge James Robart places a restraining order on the execution of section 3 (c), the temporary travel ban for individuals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen
Friday, February 3 U.S. Department of State reinstates visas previously revoked and begins holding visa interviews and processing visa requests for individuals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen
Monday, February 6 Justice Department requests an emergency stay of the restraining order to allow the U.S. government to continue to implement the temporary travel ban
Thursday, February 9th U.S. federal appellate court decision to continue the restraining order preventing execution of the entry ban
Monday, March 6 Trump revokes Executive Order 13769 and signs new Executive Order in to law. Justice Department requests an emergency stay of the restraining order to allow the U.S. government to continue to implement the temporary travel ban
Wednesday, March 15 United States District Court for the District of Hawaii places a restraining order on Sections 2 and 6 of the second Executive Order. Government has appealed. We are currently awaiting appeal hearing date.
Thursday, March 16 U.S. District Court issues a nationawide preliminary injunction preventing enforcement of the travel entry ban nationwide. Government has appealed and an appeal hearing has been set for May 8, 2017.
Thursday, May 25 The 4th District Court upholds temporary injunction. Government pledges to take case to the Supreme Court to appeal.
Monday, June 26 U.S. Supreme Court partially grants the U.S. government request to stay the preliminary injuctions on the temporary travel ban. The majority of students and scholars remain exempt from the order.
Individuals with questions about the Executive Order are encouraged to visit 108 Long Hall to meet with an immigration advisor between the hours of 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. daily. Alternatively, call-in advising is available daily between the hours of 1 p.m.-4 p.m. by calling (864) 656-3614.
If you are experiencing emotional distress, we encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity to meet with the Counseling and Psychological Services team (CAPS). CAPS services are covered within the student health insurance plan. Please click here to learn more about CAPS services.
The CARE Network, managed through the Office of Advocacy and Success, is an entry point to help connect current students with the resources to help support them through issues that they may be facing. Issues may include, but are not limited to, academic concerns, adjustment issues, behavioral concerns, career or graduation, death or grief, financial, personal health or wellness, relationships or student engagement, and other concerns.
You can file a CARE Report online and get additional resource information here. You can also contact the Office of Advocacy and Success during business hours at 864-656-0935. If you have an emergency, or need immediate crisis assistance outside of business hours, please contact the Clemson University Police Department at 864-656-2222.
Clemson University seeks to be an inclusive community that welcomes and respects all people. Every member of our community is expected to commit to maintaining a safe, respectful and welcoming community. Acts that are an affront to the core values of the institution, which are integrity, honesty and respect, are not tolerated. Such actions destroy the sense of community we all share. Additionally, acts of intolerance do untold and unjust harm to the well-being, dignity and safety of those who are victimized by these acts.
Students who perceive that they have experienced a bias-motivated incident, as well as students, faculty or staff who are witnesses to a bias incident involving any member of our community, are urged to report the incident immediately by one of the following means:
1. Complete an online bias incident report here, or
2. File an in-person report at one of the following offices:
Chief Diversity Office, 103 Sikes Hall
Access and Equity Office, 110 Holtzendorff Hall
Dean of Students Office, 210 Hendrix Student Center
Advocacy and Success, 202 Hendrix Center
Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center, 300 Brackett Hall
Office of Community and Ethical Standards, 912 University Union
University Housing and Dining, 201 Mell Hall
Graduate School Office, E-108 Martin Hall
Undergraduate Studies, E-103 Martin Hall