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AILA Doc. No. 22051610 | Dated May 18, 2022 | File Size: 846 KDownload the Document
DHS and DOL temporary rule authorizing the issuance of up to 35,000 additional H-2B visas during FY2022 for positions with start dates on or after 4/1/22 through 9/30/22. Of the 35,000 visas, 23,500 are reserved for returning workers regardless of country of nationality, and 11,500 are reserved for nationals of Haiti, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. The rule also provides temporary portability flexibility by allowing H-2B workers who are already in the United States to begin work immediately after an H-2B petition is received by USCIS, and before it is approved. Comments will be accepted on the new Form ETA-9142B-CAA-6 associated with the rule through 7/18/22. (87 FR 30334, 5/18/22)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
8 CFR Parts 214 and 274a
[CIS No. 2719–22]
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Employment and Training Administration 20 CFR Part 655
[DOL Docket No. ETA–2022–0004]
Exercise of Time-Limited Authority To Increase the Numerical Limitation for Second Half of FY 2022 for the H–2B Temporary Nonagricultural Worker Program and Portability Flexibility for H–2B Workers Seeking To Change Employers
AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Employment and Training Administration and Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
ACTION: Temporary rule.
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