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Sean Hanagan Comments on Implications of Fees Scheduled on DHS' Latest Regulatory Agenda

  • June 10, 2019
  • From SHRM

 Sean Hanagan comments the implications of the Department of Homeland Security planning to issue a rule regarding fees for the next year’s Cap H-1B pre-registration process in "DHS Still Plans to Rescind H-4 Work Authorization," published by SHRM.

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