Gov't Fights Chamber's Expansion Of H-1B Challenge

Law360 (April 5, 2021, 8:46 PM EDT) -- The federal government has pushed back against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's expansion of a suit over changes to the H-1B specialty occupation visa program, saying a California federal court shouldn't let the industry group bring claims over an additional rule.

While the two interim final rules the Chamber and other organizations assailed in their original complaint in October have either been withdrawn or postponed since President Joe Biden took office, one of those regulations — which is now a final rule but one the U.S. Department of Labor is seeking to delay until November 2022 — still threatens the H-1B...

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