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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published its semi-annual regulatory agenda last week, offering a glimpse of some of the Biden administration’s top immigration priorities in the coming months.
Key employment-based immigration regulations:
Additional Information: The full DHS regulatory agenda is available here.
BAL Analysis: While the regulations would have significant impact on key immigration programs, they are at different stages in the rulemaking process and policies are still being formulated. Proposed regulations are subject to a public notice-and-comment period during which members of the public may submit feedback. DHS is required to review and consider the comments before drafting and releasing a final regulation. Normally, it takes several months after a proposed regulation is published before a final rule is issued, and most final rules do not take effect immediately upon publication. BAL continues to monitor the regulatory agenda and provide clients with updates on individual regulations as they move through the rulemaking process.
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