International Enrollment Management (IEM)


A Primer on U.S. Immigration Concepts - (WS22)

Monday, May 28
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
PCC, Room 115C

Member Fee: $299.00 | Non-member Fee: $429.00 | Student Pricing: $99.00

Immigration is a hot topic in politics, society, and education. This comprehensive overview covers the most significant historical and contemporary acts of U.S. immigration, identifies U.S. government agencies that interact with and impact the field of international education, distinguishes nonimmigrant visa categories, and examines the most common issues faced by secondary and higher education professionals in the United States working with documentation, residency, status, and employment.

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Bradley C. Huggins

Assistant Director of International Student Success
Bellevue College Office of International Education

Brad Huggins is the Assistant Director of International Student Success at Bellevue College, overseeing academic, F-1 visa and student life advising for over 1100 students. Brad has held many roles in both International Education and Student Affairs, including extensive international advising and as a Primary Designated School Official. Brad has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chinese Language and Culture with a TESOL Certification and a Masters of Education in Student Affairs Administration. Besides his role as a trainer he has served as the KCISSS Representative and other roles for the NAFSA Region I team.


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Joshua N. Davis

Assistant Director
Portland State University

Joshua Davis is Assistant Director of International Student & Scholar Services at Portland State University. He has worked at PSU since August 2004, and began advising international students in March 2008. He has been involved with NAFSA at the Regional level for several years and has held roles on the leadership team including Secretary, Treasurer, and the Chairstream. He is a NAFSA Academy graduate and a member of Trainer Corps. He started in international education as a work-study student at Pacific University, where he majored in German and Philosophy. He was a Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant in Germany in 2002-2003.


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