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AILA Doc. No. 19111930 | Dated November 19, 2019 | File Size: 361 KDownload the Document
Joint DHS and DOJ interim final rule to implement “Asylum Cooperative Agreements” that the U.S. enters into with other countries pursuant to INA §208(a)(2)(A), with the exception of Canada. The rule is effective 11/19/19. The rule will apply only prospectively to migrants who arrive at a U.S. port of entry, or enter or attempt to enter the U.S. between ports of entry, on or after the effective date of the rule. (84 FR 63994, 11/19/19)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
8 CFR Part 208
[USCIS Docket No. USCIS–2019–0021]
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Executive Office for Immigration Review
8 CFR Parts 1003, 1208, and 1240
[EOIR Docket No. 19–0021; A.G. Order No. 4581–2019]
Implementing Bilateral and Multilateral Asylum Cooperative Agreements Under the Immigration and Nationality Act
AGENCY: Executive Office for Immigration Review, Department of Justice; U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security.
ACTION: Interim final rule; request for comment.
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