The comment period on the Department of Homeland Security’s proposal to raise U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services fees will come to a close Monday, March 13.
BAL Analysis: The proposed fee increases would impose significant costs on employers; however, the agency may make changes to its proposal and must review the comments it receives before formulating a final rule. Higher fees will not be finalized or take effect for at least several months. For more information on the Biden administration’s regulatory priorities, find BAL’s white paper on the 2023 U.S. immigration outlook here.
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