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USCIS and EOIR final rule that adds seven additional mandatory bars to eligibility for asylum. The rule also sets forth criteria for determining whether a vacated, expunged, or modified conviction or sentence should be recognized for purposes of determining whether an individual is eligible for asylum, and removes the provision at 8 CFR §208.16(e) and §1208.16(e) regarding reconsideration of discretionary denials of asylum. The final rule is effective 11/20/20. (85 FR 67202, 10/21/20)
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Track selected proposed and promulgated changes to immigration-related regulations and the current status of each change made during the last two years of the Trump administration.Track Changes Now
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