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AILA Doc. No. 20012334 | Dated January 24, 2020 | File Size: 303 KDownload the Document
DOS final rule amending the B visa regulations to establish a rebuttable presumption that a B nonimmigrant visa applicant who a consular officer has reason to believe will give birth during her stay in the United States is traveling for the primary purpose of obtaining U.S. citizenship for the child. The rule requires consular officers to deny B nonimmigrant visas to applicants who do not overcome the presumption. The rule is effective 1/24/20. (85 FR 4219, 1/24/20)
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
22 CFR Part 41
[Public Notice: 10930]
Visas: Temporary Visitors for Business or Pleasure
AGENCY: Department of State.
ACTION: Final rule.
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