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What data does SEVIS collect?
SEVIS requires universities to collect and report the following information and any changes to this information:
- Confirmation of registration each semester
- Physical, local address
- Drop below full-time study status
- Leave of absence
- Disciplinary action taken against student or scholar/dismissal
- Premature termination of studies
- Additions to dependents or updates to dependent information
- Change in major or research specialty
- Change in title
- Date of Departure from the university or hospital
- Change in funding or salary
- Change of student's or scholar's legal name
- Other data generated by standard procedures such as program extensions, school
transfers, changes in level of study, employment authorizations, and reinstatement.
- Any student who fails to maintain status or complete his or her program.
- J research scholars must obtain prior approval to work or do research outside of Tufts University or to transfer to a different U.S. institution.
Tufts University, Student Student and Exchange Visitor Information System.
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