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President Trump proposes further reduction in funding for E-verify

  1. Date Announced

    Feb. 10, 2020

    After an 8% cut in funding to E-verify in fiscal 2020, the Administration proposes a further 3% cut to $118 million for fiscal 2021.

    See Biden administration action below

    View Policy Document
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  3. Subsequent Action

    May 28, 2021

    This Biden administration action expands upon the Trump-era policy identified in this entry.

    The Administration's fiscal 2022 budget proposes a further decrease of $3.28 million for the USCIS verification program.

    DHS USCIS Budget Overview, Fiscal 2022
Status: Proposed
Type of Action: Legislation
Subject Matter: Employment Verification
Agencies Affected: USCIS

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