Int’l Entrepreneur Parole good as Dep’t of Homeland Security loses lawsuit
No matter how eager the current administration is to restrict immigration policies, the rule of law must still prevail. An immigration regulation that went through the process of the required public notice and comment may not be abruptly rescinded without violating the Administrative Procedure Act. This was the issue of contention in the case against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security when it sought to delay the implementation of the International Entrepreneur Parole from July 17, 2017 to March 14, 2018.
The Delay Rule was released by DHS on July 11, 2017 without offering the public the required advance notice, or an opportunity to comment, claiming that there was …
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