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Amy Peck Comments on Federal Court Blocking 'Unlawful Presence' Policy

  • May 14, 2019
  • From SHRM

Amy Peck comments on the implications of Federal Court blocking DHS policy on unlawful presence for foreign students and exchange visitors in "Court Stops USCIS from Enforcing Unlawful Presence Policy," published by SHRM.

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