Sponsors shall submit an annual report to the Department of State. An illustrative form of such report may be found at Appendix D to this part. Such report shall be filed on an academic or calendar year basis, as directed by the Department of State, and shall contain the following:
(a)Program report and evaluation. A brief summary of the activities in which exchange visitors were engaged, including an evaluation of program effectiveness;
(b)Reciprocity. A description of the nature and extent of reciprocity occurring in the sponsor's exchange visitor program during the reporting year;
(c)Cross-cultural activities. A summary of the cross-cultural activities provided for its exchange visitors during the reporting year;
(d)Proof of insurance. Certification of compliance with insurance coverage requirements set forth in § 62.14.
(e)Form DS-2019 usage. A report of Form DS-2019 usage during the reporting year setting forth the following information:
(1) The total number of blank Forms DS-2019 received from the Department of State during the reporting year;
(2) The total number of Forms DS-2019 voided or destroyed by the sponsor during the reporting year and the document numbers of such forms;
(3) The total number of Forms DS-2019 issued to potential exchange visitors that were returned to the sponsor or not used for entry into the United States; and
(4) The total number and document identification number sequence of all blank Forms DS-2019 in the possession of the sponsor on the date of the report.
(f)Program participation. A numerical count, by category, of all exchange visitors participating in the sponsor's program for the reporting year.
(g)Redesignation. Sponsors may indicate their desire for redesignation, pursuant to § 62.7, by marking the appropriate box on their annual report.
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