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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has proposed a regulation that would significantly expand biometrics collection by the government.
BAL Analysis: Current rules regarding biometrics collection will remain in place until a final regulation is issued, which will specify an implementation date. Because the proposed regulation raises privacy concerns, the agency is likely to receive a high volume of comments during the notice-and-comment period, and the regulation could be challenged in the courts. BAL is following these developments and will report new information as the regulation moves through the rulemaking process.
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