CSIET Listing Process for the 2015-2016 Advisory List

Application Materials

Download the appropriate materials listed below for the full CSIET listing application packet. If you are unable to download any information contact the CSIET office at (703)739-9050. Application materials are due to CSIET by December 5, 2014. Compliance audit reports are due to CSIET by February 27, 2015.

Note: Listing Applications will be made available November 1, 2014.

Requirements for Listing of J-1 Programs*

Compliance Audit Templates

Please download the audit template(s) for the program(s) your organization wishes to be evaluated in the 2014-2015 cycle.

F-1 Inbound Materials:

Long-Term Outbound Materials:

Short-Term (Inbound& Outbound) Materials:

Listing Types

These categories were designed by the CSIET Board of Directors to encourage organizations to administer their programs according to the highest possible standards.

Full Listing is the status that organizations and programs described in the CSIET Advisory List are accorded when they have demonstrated full compliance with the CSIET Standards.

Provisional Listing reflects the determination that an organization, during its first or second evaluation, is judged to be in compliance with CSIET standards on the basis of its application materials. Provisional Listing will be granted to a newly accepted organization for two one-year periods.

Conditional Listing is a status that may be granted to an organization that had previously achieved either a Full or Provisional Listing. It is issued to organizations that are determined to be substantially in compliance with the standards but which need improvement in one or more areas. Conditional Listing is granted for one year, but may be renewed for subsequent one-year periods upon completion of review.

Complaint Process

In response to the increased compliance oversight and regulatory enforcement activity by the U.S. Department of State, CSIET has revamped its evaluation process and only accepts complaints regarding parts of CSIET Standards that are not part of U.S. Federal Regulation (22 CFR 62.25). These specifically include athletic participation/eligibility issues, promotional materials, or outbound programs from the United States. If your concern does not include these program areas, you may wish to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of State.