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AILA Doc. No. 19071503 | Dated July 16, 2019 | File Size: 400 KDownload the Document
DHS and DOJ interim final rule establishing a mandatory bar to asylum eligibility for individuals who transit through a third country and then enter or attempt to enter the U.S. across the southern border without having applied for protection in at least one of the third countries through which they transited. The rule is effective 7/16/19. The new bar to asylum eligibility applies only prospectively to those who enter or arrive in the U.S. on or after 7/16/19. Comments will be accepted until 8/15/19. (84 FR 33829, 7/16/19)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
8 CFR Part 208
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Executive Office for Immigration Review
8 CFR Parts 1003 and 1208
[EOIR Docket No. 19–0504; A.G. Order No. 4488–2019]
Asylum Eligibility and Procedural Modifications
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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