Information and Resources for UW Bothell Community Members


  • Oct 8, 2017: The U.S. Embassy in Turkey announced that it will temporarily suspend nonimmigrant visa services in Turkey. More info here. 

  • Sept 24, 2017: President Trump issued a Proclamation as part of Executive Order 13780 restricting entry to the U.S. for Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen and Somalia. The restrictions are country-specific, so please review more information here.

  • Additional immigration updates is available at:  NAFSA: Travel Ban Resources

UW Bothell supports and protects the safety, security and well-being of all our students, faculty and staff regardless of national origin, immigration status or citizenship. UW Bothell stands with you and we are committed to a safe and welcoming campus. More than anything, we want you and your families to remain safe. In her recent message, UW President Cauce re-affirmed her commitment to providing a safe, secure and welcoming environment that protects the privacy and human rights of our community.

UW Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh echoed President Ana Mari Cauce’s recommendation to our community members from affected countries to avoid international travel at this time. Also, following earlier advisories from United We Dream and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, we recommend undocumented students that they refrain from any international travel, including for study abroad. In his message to the UW Bothell community, Chancellor Yeigh also referred to the pledge he signed on January 17 reaffirming his commitment to underrepresented and undocumented students.”

UW Bothell Contacts for Immediate Information

UW Bothell F1 International Students 

Mim Phillips, Center for International Education
425-352-3876 | | Husky Hall 1212

UW Bothell Students, Faculty & Staff Currently Abroad

Natalia Dyba, Global Initiatives
425-352-3261| | UW1-160