Hello all. Matt here.
Just a reminder…..
IENA operates programs regulated by the United States Department of State, a US government agency. We ask potential exchange visitors for documents to support their application. Things like background checks, proof of student status, etc.
When any of these documents are forged, it’s document fraud, plain and simple. The individual is removed from our program and there is no rectifying. Even if the correct document appears.
We have a standard to uphold. Now I would think this is indisputable with participants and camps. You commit document fraud, its bad, right?
Apparently some clients don’t seem to understand why we would remove a participant from our program for this. So I wanted to remind everyone who we are lucky enough to call partners, we don’t let document fraud happen at IENA and participants will be removed from our program!!
I know, to 99% of you, this is pretty obvious….but…you know!!
See you at Tri-State!!