Date AnnouncedSept. 11, 2020
This proposed rule would require anyone filing for an immigration benefit, including US citizens and children, to appear in person for biometric collection. In addition, the rule
- requires the collection of biometrics upon the arrest of any noncitizen;
- expands the meaning of "biometrics" to include iris scans, palm prints, and voice prints; and
- changes how VAWA and T-visa petitioners demonstrate good moral character, including by removing the current presumption of good moral character for applicants under 14.
This NPRM was signed by Chad Mizelle, Senior Official Performing the Duties of the General Counsel, on behalf of Acting Secretary Wolf
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