Immigration Regulations (CFR), 2020 Ed.
Newly incorporated regulations include:
- A DHS final rule amending the regulations relating to the public charge ground of inadmissibility
- A DOS interim final rule to align DOS’s public charge standards with those established in the DHS public charge rule
- A DHS and DOJ interim final rule establishing a third-country transit asylum bar
- A DHS and DOJ interim final rule to implement “Asylum Cooperative Agreements” that the U.S. enters into with other countries
- A DOJ final rule to amend the regulations regarding the administrative review procedures of the BIA
- A DOJ interim rule making organizational changes to EOIR, including delegating authority to adjudicate backlogged appeals from the Attorney General to the EOIR Director
- A DHS final rule making several major revisions to the EB-5 regulations
- A DHS final rule increasing the premium processing fee for Form I-129 and Form I-140
- A DHS final rule requiring petitioners seeking to file H-1B cap-subject petitions to pay a $10 fee for each registration they submit under the new H-1B registration system
- A DOL final rule amending the regulations governing the recruitment of H-2A workers
- A DHS and DOL final rule amending the regulations governing the recruitment of H-2B workers
- A DOS final rule establishing a rebuttable presumption that a B visa applicant who a consular officer has reason to believe will give birth during her stay in the U.S. is traveling for the primary purpose of obtaining U.S. citizenship for the child
- A joint DHS and HHS final rule intended to terminate the Flores Settlement agreement (the implementation of this rule is currently blocked by a federal court injunction)
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