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SHRM and the Council for Global Immigration (CFGI) submitted comments last week on proposed rules governing unfair immigration-related employment practices and a proposal seeking to revise immigration rules for entrepreneurs.
Unfair Immigration-Related Employment Practices
In comments to the Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Rights Division, SHRM and CFGI joined with other stakeholders to raise several concerns regarding the breadth and process changes proposed regarding unfair immigration-related employment practices. Specifically, the comments expressed concern about:
In addition, SHRM and CFGI submitted a separate comment letter challenging the DOJ's conclusion that the proposed rule is not a "significant regulatory action" that will have a major effect on the regulated community.
While SHRM and CFGI support U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' efforts to ease the immigration process for entrepreneurs, our comments made several recommendations for improvement, including:
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