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AILA Doc. No. 20092334 | Dated October 1, 2020 | File Size: 263 KDownload the Document
On September 30, 2020 the President signed H.R. 8337 the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act, which will fund the government through December 11, 2020. Included in the Act is language from the Emergency Stopgap USCIS Stabilization Act (H.R. 8089), which seeks to address USCIS’s budget shortfall. The relevant language begins on page 30 of the Act. Please note that while the law takes effect immediately, the increased fees and expanded availability of premium processing will not take effect until USCIS is able to implement them. The bill would:
On 9/22/20, Rep. Nita M. Lowey (D-NY) filed H.R. 8337, the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act, which will fund the government through 12/11/20. The bill is a modified version of H.R. 8319, which was introduced on 9/21/20. Read the Section-by-Section Summary to learn more about what is included in the Continuing Resolution. Late on 9/22/20, the Continuing Resolution passed on a bipartisan vote of 359-57.
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