Union Urges Judge To Let Foreign Student Work Program End

By Michael Macagnone (January 22, 2016, 5:12 PM EST) -- A tech sector union asked a District of Columbia federal judge to let a rejected rule about foreign students working in the U.S. expire as scheduled in February, arguing at a hearing Thursday that any uncertainty the lapse causes for immigrants is the government's fault for trying to write a new rule in six months rather than fix the old one.

The Washington Alliance of Technology Workers said the Department of Homeland Security should have to live with the consequences of deciding to write a new rule during the stay of the order last year that tossed the 2008 measure, which...

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