East Carolina University (ECU) invites and hires international researchers and scholars from many countries of the world to observe, teach, and conduct research on the main campus and The Brody School of Medicine. East Carolina University continues to attract internationally known researchers and scholars to this region and state.
The mission of the Immigration Specialist and the Student/Scholar Services is to disseminate information, orally and in writing, to faculty, staff, and departments as it relates to immigration issues.
Brian Meyerhoeffer, Jr., J.D.*, Immigration Specialist, is located in the Division of Academic Affairs in the Spilman Building, Room #215. Telephone#: 252-737-4769 Email address: email@example.com. For any questions regarding TN, H-1B, Permanent Residence, and any other visa other than J-1, contact Brian Meyerhoeffer directly.
For any issues or assistance with J-1 Exchange Visitors, please contact Sandy Dumpor, Scholar/Student Services, Office of International Affairs, 252-737-4378, Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All J-1, TN, H-1B, and Permanent Residence petitions are filed with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services on behalf of the University. Both offices assure that the University is in compliance with all Federal laws and regulations governing immigration for all foreign faculty, staff, and visitors.
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