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AILA Doc. No. 02100743 | Dated October 7, 2002
Attached under PDF Resources on the right is the text of the DOJ Authorization bill, which contains several provisions affecting immigration law. Note that the legislation is quite lengthy, and may take a while to download. The specifc provisions affecting immigration are:
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Sec. 11030. Posthumous citizenship restoration.
Sec. 11030A. Extension of H–1B status for aliens with lengthy adjudications.
Sec. 11030B. Application for naturalization by alternative applicant if citizen parent has died.
Subtitle B—EB–5 Amendments CHAPTER 1—IMMIGRATION BENEFITS
Sec. 11031. Removal of conditional basis of permanent resident status for certain alien entrepreneurs, spouses, and children.
Sec. 11032. Conditional permanent resident status for certain alien entrepreneurs, spouses, and children.
Sec. 11033. Regulations.
Sec. 11034. Definitions.
CHAPTER 2—AMENDMENTS TO OTHER LAWS
Sec. 11035. Definition of ‘‘full-time employment’’.
Sec. 11036. Eliminating enterprise establishment requirement for alien entrepreneurs.
Sec. 11037. Amendments to pilot immigration program for regional centers to promote economic growth.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 02100743.