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DHS to collect social media information on certain CBP and USCIS forms

  1. Original Date Announced

    February 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]

    Agency Information Collection Activities: Generic Clearance for the Collection of Social Media Information on Immigration and Foreign Travel Forms Supporting Statement Submitted to OMB

Current Status

Not in effect

Original Trump Policy Status

Status: Proposed
Trump Administration Action: Forms and Information Collection
Agencies Affected: CBP USCIS

Commentary

  • Brennan Center for Justice and 41 other privacy, civil rights, and immigrants’ rights organizations submit joint comment opposing social media collection

    Go to article on aila.org

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