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AILA Doc. No. 23051000 | Dated May 16, 2023 | File Size: 1053 KDownload the Document
DHS and DOJ final rule “Circumvention of Lawful Pathways,” which establishes, for a two-year period, a rebuttable presumption of asylum ineligibility for certain noncitizens who enter at the southwest border (or adjacent coastal borders) without documentation and traveled through a country that is a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention or its 1967 Protocol. The rule is effective 5/11/23. Comments on expanded applicability of the rule in the maritime context will be accepted through 6/15/23. (88 FR 31314, 5/16/23)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
8 CFR Part 208
[CIS No. 2744–23; Docket No: USCIS 2022– 0016]
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Executive Office for Immigration Review
8 CFR Parts 1003 and 1208
[A.G. Order No. 5660–2023]
Circumvention of Lawful Pathways
AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security; Executive Office for Immigration Review, Department of Justice.
ACTION: Final rule; request for comments on expanded applicability in maritime context.
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