Trump visa executive order updates

With President Trump signing an executive order suspending entry into the United States for various categories of travelers, UCI is providing on this site access to all campus and UC statements, social media posts and media coverage related to the ongoing situation.

Resources from UCI and UC

UC: Information on immigration

UC – March 6, 2017: Preliminary guidance on the revised executive order restricting travel and entry into the United States by individuals from designated countries

UC leaders – Jan. 30, 2017: Executive order is contrary to our values

UC – Jan. 29, 2017: Statement on President Trump’s executive order

UC – Jan. 28, 2017: Guidance for the UC community on the executive order affecting visa processes and entry into the United States

From Chancellor Gillman – Jan. 28, 2017: Guidance on the executive order affecting visa processes and entry into the United States


Social media 

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/UCIrvine/posts/10155099550665995
https://www.facebook.com/UCIrvine/posts/10155100549710995
Twitter
https://twitter.com/UCIrvine/status/825721758472736769
https://twitter.com/UC_Newsroom/status/825853407109931008


Media clips

KTLA-TV: UC officials advise students, faculty covered by Trump’s travel restrictions to stay in U.S. for now

Los Angeles TimesUC urges students, faculty covered by Trump travel restrictions to stay in U.S. for now

Los Angeles TimesTrump order banning entry from seven Muslim-majority countries roils California campuses

KPCC-FM: SoCal colleges react to Trump’s immigration order

Daily Pilot: UCI demonstrators protest Trump’s orders on immigration

KABC-TV: Council on American-Islamic Relations files lawsuit challenging Trump executive order

Inside Higher Ed: 10 ways to support students facing immigration crises

Orange County Register: UC Irvine students gather to protest immigrant ban