Original Date AnnouncedFebruary 10, 2020
DHS is proposing to amend certain CBP and USCIS forms to collect information regarding the social media platforms used by applicants during the past five years and to collect social media identifiers. DHS intends to collect this information from the following CBP program/forms: Form I-94W, EVUS, and ESTA, as well as the following USCIS forms: N-400, I-131, I-192, I-485, I-589, I-590, I-730, I-751, I-829. [ID #1048]Supporting Statement Submitted to OMB Agency Information Collection Activities: Generic Clearance for the Collection of Social Media Information on Immigration and Foreign Travel Forms
Biden Administration Action: Revoked/ReplacedApril 2, 2021
This Biden Administration disapproved the Trump-era policy identified in this entry, preventing it from taking effect.
On 04/02/2021, OIRA disapproved this information collection request in part because the agency did not "adequately demonstrate the practical utility of collecting this information." OIRA further noted that "the Executive Order directing the collection of this information has also been rescinded."View Document
Current StatusNot in effect
Most Recent ActionApril 2, 2021 Action: Revoked/Replaced OMB DisapprovalApril 2, 2021
Acted on by Biden Administration