Updating the transfer rule

To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.Please note the SEVIS transfer process is a transfer of SEVIS records The student must maintain F-1 status at your school by pursuing a full course of study or be engaged in post-completion optional practical training (OPT) until the transfer release date.The student must be accepted by another SEVP-certified school.In this case, the DSO may call the SEVP Response Center to request a data fix.A DSO at a SEVP-certified school must transfer the SEVIS records for any F-1 student accepted at another SEVP-certified school. A DSO may not refuse to transfer records for a student accepted by another SEVP-certified school for any reason; including financial or business reasons.The FAQ also provides information for DSOs when guiding students through the transfer process..The transfer process is a way to electronically move Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) records and retain the same SEVIS identification (ID) number for the student.

If you are within an Exchange environment, you can see if it works when you disable Cached Exchange Mode and then recreate the rule in the same way as described above.

I don’t do anything fancy with the rule as all it does is moving the message to another folder. This usually indicates a corruption of either the rule or within the mailbox.

It could also indicate a corruption in the send/receive settings file (srs-file) of Outlook.

The Form I-20 from your school will no longer be valid.

The student must continue to maintain a full course of study and otherwise abide by the regulations governing F-1 students while USCIS adjudicates the reinstatement.

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