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A limited “H-1B strengthening” final rule that the Department of Homeland Security posted to its website last Friday is expected to be withdrawn in compliance with a memorandum issued by the White House Chief of Staff yesterday.
Background: The rule had a more limited scope than the H-1B Strengthening Interim Final Rule that a court set aside in December.
BAL Analysis: BAL is closely following the Biden administration’s approach to multiple H-1B regulations and will update clients as information becomes available.
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