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Amy Peck Comments on the Implications of the DOJ Pausing H-4 EAD Rule

Amy Peck comments on the implications of the DOJ issuing a 60-day “pause” of the H-4 EAD rule in Work permits for H-1B spouses could disappear, leaving lives in flux," published by San Francisco Chronicle.

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