Federal lawmakers agreed to a short-term spending measure that will fund government through early next year, averting a shutdown that would have impacted some immigration functions.
BAL Analysis: A shutdown would have had serious consequences for some immigration services, particularly those at the Labor Department. Congress must pass another spending measure to keep the government open beyond early 2024.
This alert has been provided by the BAL U.S. Practice Group.
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