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AILA Doc. No. 23030801 | Dated March 8, 2023 | File Size: 694 KDownload the Document
AILA and partner organizations sent a letter to DHS and DOJ urging USCIS and EOIR to eliminate the “asylum clock” in adjudicating asylum-pending applications for EADs, calling on the agencies to engage in rulemaking and remove the language from 8 CFR § 208.7(a)(2) that established the need to account for applicant-caused delays through an asylum clock.
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