Federal laws and regulations require the Designated School Official (DSO) to update and maintain the SEVIS records of nonimmigrant students in F and M visa categories.
If the DSO does not complete the required actions within the legal time limits, SEVIS automatically updates the student records.
Access to FAPIIS is granted when approved for access to PPIRS-RC.
DSO must: DSOs are encouraged to report (register) the student in SEVIS as soon as possible after the student reports to the school.
DSOs must report the student no later than 30 days after the Initial Session Start Date as listed in SEVIS.
Reporting in the Metro 2 Format greatly benefits the credit grantor, the consumer reporting agencies and your customer by: The Credit Reporting Resource Guide (CRRG) was created by the Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA) to assist Data Providers with reporting credit information to the credit bureaus.
The CRRG contains detailed information regarding the Metro 2 format such as: required fields, account type codes, account status codes, bankruptcy indicators, account number changes, payment history, and delinquency reporting.
(8 CFR 214.3(g)(iii)(C))Initial student reporting – if the student record lacks Port of Entry information: All initial F-1 and M-1 students should report to a DSO as soon as possible upon admission into the United States but no later than the Initial Session Start Date (start of classes) as listed in SEVIS.
Trans Union makes it easy for you to get the credentialing and reporting requirements you need to successfully report data to Trans Union and acquire the Metro 2 Format.
Notify Trans Union prior to making any changes to your reporting frequency.
The Metro 2 format is the industry standard file format for reporting consumer credit information.
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