Saturday, July 18, 2015
If you've been following the Texas v. United States litigation, you know that the USCIS erroneously issued something like 2,100 three-year work authorization permits after Judge Hanen issued an injunction against the program. USCIS is now trying to recall those permits. And there will be serious repercussions for those who do not turn in their permits by the end of the month.
NOTE: The recall applies only to any Employment Authorization Document (EAD) issued after February 16, 2015. For more information, check out the USCIS fact sheet.
AILA has helpful printable materials for spreading the word.
* This post has been revised to correct the number of work authorizations affected.* (7-19-15)