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- What's the difference between Get Liaison Help and Report an Issue?
- What types of education abroad concerns can I submit to Report an Issue?
- What happens to my submission to Report an Issue?
- How do the Education Abroad and International Student and Scholar Regulatory Practice Committees prioritize the issues they receive through IssueNet?
- How can I get involved?
- How will I know my case has been received and how do I communicate with my Regulatory Ombud about that case?
|How do the Education Abroad and International Student and Scholar Regulatory Practice Committees prioritize the issues they receive through IssueNet?|
|The International Student & Scholar Regulatory Practice (ISS RP) and Education Abroad Regulatory Practice (EA RP) Committees, public policy staff, and regulatory practice staff follow guidelines for prioritizing issues. Your submissions help them to measure the breadth and depth of the impact of regulations or policies on U.S. and international students, scholars, international faculty, and U.S. institutions.|
|How can I get involved?|
|Join the Connecting Our World and watch for alerts from the Connecting Our World platform.
Subscribe to one or more Network.NAFSA Communities and develop virtual person-to-person contacts and share questions and ideas about the day-to-day operations of your office.
|How will I know my case has been received in Get Liaison Help? How do I communicate with my Regulatory Ombud about that case?|
|When you submit to Get Liaison Help, you'll receive a confirmation e-mail that the Regulatory Ombud (RegBud) has received your case. You can send additional updates and questions related to the case through the "case notes" function, and all of these exchanges are summarized in the "case history" for your convenience. You may find the contact information for your Region's RegBuds here.|