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AILA Doc. No. 20111735 | Dated November 19, 2020 | File Size: 1795 KDownload the Document
DHS notice of proposed rulemaking which would eliminate employment authorization eligibility for individuals who have final orders of removal but are temporarily released from custody on an order of supervision. The proposed rule contains an exception to continue to allow employment authorization for individuals for whom DHS has determined that removal is impracticable because all countries from whom travel documents have been requested have affirmatively declined to issue a travel document and who establish economic necessity. Comments are due 12/21/20, with comments on associated form revisions due 1/19/21. (85 FR 74196, 11/19/20)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
8 CFR Parts 106, 241 and 274a
[CIS No. 2653–19; DHS Docket No. USCIS– 2019–0024]
Employment Authorization for Certain Classes of Aliens With Final Orders of Removal
AGENCY: Department of Homeland Security.
ACTION: Notice of proposed rulemaking.
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