Four immigration programs are set to expire Sept. 30, as Congress continues to work on a spending bill with the new fiscal year approaching. The programs are:
The expiration of the programs listed above would apply not only to principal applicants, but also to spouses and dependent children. If the programs do expire, pending applications would temporarily be put on hold pending possible reauthorization by Congress.
BAL Analysis: BAL continues to monitor developments in Congress and will report on any significant immigration-related developments in the budget bill or other legislation.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice group. For additional information, please contact your BAL attorney.
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