New 'International in NWA' Podcast Available

New 'International in NWA' Podcast Available
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A new podcast episode of International in NWA, a monthly podcast produced by the International Students and Scholars Office in the Graduate School and International Education, is now available for listening.

The episode, titled "Papers Please! The Importance of Keeping Immigration Documents," features a conversation with Adam Cohen, an attorney in the Memphis office of Siskind Susser, on immigration documents and best practices for making sure immigration records are accurate and well-maintained.

Cohen practices exclusively immigration and nationality law and represents corporate and individual clients in several areas of immigration law, with a particular concentration on the immigration of physicians, researchers and academics.

International in NWA provides information to help international students and scholars thrive at the U of A. The podcast has covered a range of topics including job hunting, food resources and campus safety, in addition to information about maintaining immigration status in the United States.


Audra Johnston, associate director
International Students and Scholars Office

John Post, director of communications
Graduate School and International Education


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