The critical areas are as follows:
- To know exactly what is the scope and limitations of your student, cultural exchange, or visiting professor
- How joint social and economic cooperation with other International Students / Scholars helps to develop a
community, and fostering those helpful human strings of human relationships which creates feelings of home.
- Examine the options for further study/research in the United States, and additional channels for resume building.
- Looking at the option of International trades, and economic arenas of opportunities beyond graduation
with a connection to the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
- How to secure additional funds and grants, as well as to extend the limitations of present visas to include
work [ green cards ] and business development.
- Security is an essential need for International Students / Scholars, as there exist several myths within
both the United States and Internationally about the present ethos [ IE. Post 9/11 ], and its associative anxieties in
which Americans naturally have.