At a glance
  • The Department of Labor has significantly postponed its plan to propose increases in prevailing wages for the H-1B, PERM, and other wage-protected immigration programs; the proposal is now on the agency’s long-term agenda, slated for June 2024.
  • The Department of Homeland Security continues to pursue proposed modernization of the H-1B program and changes to the adjustment of status process.
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has delayed to March 2024 the publication of a final rule that would increase filing fees for immigration benefit applications and petitions.
The issue
The Departments of Homeland Security, Labor, and State have issued their new regulatory agendas, which set forth each agency’s rulemaking priorities and timelines for the coming months.

The following summarizes key employment-based immigration items on the agencies’ agendas. The details of proposed and final regulations are confidential until each regulation is released for publication. Although each agency sets projected publication dates for its regulatory activities, it is common for agencies to bypass these estimates.


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