Update on Save Jobs USA v. Department of Homeland Security

A few weeks ago the United States District Court denied Save Jobs USA’s motion for a temporary injunction of the H4 EAD program. Save Jobs USA has now moved for judgment on all counts in its complaint. Save Jobs USA continues to argue that the new rule creates more competition for U.S. employees from H-1B workers and potential competition from H-4 visa holders with the new EAD. Save Jobs USA also alleges that the rule goes beyond DHS’s authority because the regulatory definition of the H-4 status doesn’t provide any permission to work. We will provide more updates as they become available.

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