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Immigration Regulations (CFR)

Immigration Regulations (CFR), 2024 ed. (Two-Volume Set) (Print)


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Release Date: 06/07/2024
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Immigration Regulations (CFR) available from AILA is an easy-to-use primary source reference used by practitioners and judges alike. Volume I contains all of Title 8, Aliens & Nationality. Immigration-related sections of Titles 6, 19, 20, 22, 28, 29, 42, and 45 are covered in Volume II. This two-volume set is updated through April 12, 2024.

Annotations by AILA’s editorial staff add context beyond the regulatory text. You will find notes throughout the CFR volumes relating to matters such as sunset provisions and regulatory drafting errors. Editorial notes have also been added to draw attention to instances where rules incorporated into the text of the CFR have been enjoined or vacated. The CFR volumes include a detailed, comprehensive index that covers both volumes.

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Newly incorporated regulations include:

  • A DHS final rule adjusting the USCIS fee schedule
  • A DHS final rule increasing premium processing fees to adjust for inflation
  • A DHS final rule implementing a beneficiary-centric selection process for H-1B registrations
  • A DHS temporary final rule providing that the automatic extension period applicable to certain expiring Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) be increased to up to 540 days from the expiration date stated on the EAD
  • A DHS final rule creating a framework under which the Secretary of Homeland Security may authorize alternative I-9 document examination procedures
  • A DHS and DOJ final rule “Circumvention of Lawful Pathways,” which establishes, for a two-year period, a rebuttable presumption of asylum ineligibility for certain noncitizens who enter at the southwest border (or adjacent coastal borders) without documentation and traveled through a country that is a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention or its 1967 Protocol
  • A DHS and DOJ final rule to extend the application of the 2002 Safe Third Country Agreement between the U.S. and Canada to individuals who cross between official ports of entry, pursuant to the Additional Protocol of 2022 negotiated by the U.S. and Canada
  • A DHS final rule adding Israel to the list of Visa Waiver Program countries
  • A DOJ final rule expanding the size of the BIA to 28 members
  • A DOS final rule reverting the regulatory text on visa ineligibility on public charge grounds to the text that was in place prior to the 2019 DOS interim final rule on public charge
  • A DOL final rule revising the methodology for determining the Adverse Effect Wage Rates for H-2A non-range occupations
  • A DOS final rule updating classification symbols and descriptions for certain immigrant and nonimmigrant visas
  • A DHS and DOL temporary final rule authorizing the issuance of up to 64,716 additional H-2B visas during Fiscal Year 2024
  • A DOS temporary final rule providing that, through 12/31/24, Afghan nationals applying for an immigrant visa (IV) as an immediate relative or in a family preference category are exempt from paying the IV application processing fee and domestic Affidavit of Support review fee
  • A DOS final rule raising most nonimmigrant visa application processing fees and the fee for a Border Crossing Card for Mexican citizens aged 15 and over
  • A DOJ interim final rule providing that the Attorney General may, in his discretion, review decisions and orders of Administrative Law Judges in the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer in cases arising under INA §274B

…and more!

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