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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy


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To say that the DHS has been confusing the public with the announcement of its final no-match rule is an understatement. Now after saying that the rule might not be published for a few weeks (presumably to ge the judge's sign off first), now we're learning that the rule will be published tomorrow (hat tip to Dan Kowalski for letting us know). I presume that as long as the no-match letters are not released until the judge gives his consent, it doesn't really matter except to the extent employers are confused.

In the mean time, the US Chamber of Commerce and LULAC have released the following press release:

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    You're the only one who seems to be confused, Siskind, as your previous posts on the subject show. Also, learn this: Timing of publication of a rule that has already been sent to the Federal Register has absolutely nothing to do with any judicial "sign-off" or other such external factor, but how quickly the Federal Register can get through the backlog of regs and notices in its queue (something totally out of the regulating agency's control).
  2. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    Obviously you're statement is incorrect or NILC, one of the main litigants in the case, would not have issued the news release today I just posted. As for confusion, see the post from a few days ago where Chertoff expressly says the reg would be published "in the coming weeks".
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