Bloomberg Law: Chevron’s End Raised in H-1B Spousal Work Permits Appeal in D.C.

IRLI In The News

July 2, 2024

By Andrew Kreighbaum

A group representing US-born tech workers argues that a US Supreme Court decision curtailing deference to agency authority bolsters a challenge to employment authorization for spouses of H-1B visa holders.

The justices declined to take the case last year, leaving in place a district court ruling that tossed the lawsuit from Save Jobs USA. But an appeal is ongoing at the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, where the group aims to invalidate a program extending employment eligibility to more than 90,000 H-4 visa holders.

Read the full story at Bloomberg Law.

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