An advance copy was made available of a USCIS final rule delaying until December 31, 2021, the effective date of the January 8, 2021, final rule creating a wage-based selection process for H-1Bs. The delayed effective date will be published in the Federal Register on February 8. Additionally, USCIS issued a policy memo noting that, in light of the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Innova Solutions v. Baran, effective immediately, USCIS is rescinding the 2017 policy memo (PM-602-0142), “Rescission of the December 22, 2000, ‘Guidance Memo on H1B Computer Related Positions.'”

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Advance Copy Released of USCIS Final Rule Delaying Effective Date of Rule Creating Wage-Based Selection Process for H-1Bs