Annual report on the impact of the Homeland Security Act on immigration functions transferred to the Department of Homeland Security.

Author
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services [Browse]
Format
Journal
Language
English
Published/​Created
[Washington, D.C.] : Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Description
1 online resource (volumes)

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Numbering peculiarities
Issues show release date only; each report covers the fiscal year preceding release date.
Frequency
Annual
Notes
"Section 478 of the Homeland Security Act (HSA) requires that the Secretary of Homeland Security report to Congress annually on the impact of the transfers made by the HSA on immigration functions. From FY2004 through FY2009, this requirement was met through the incorporation of the relevant information into one of the USCIS quarterly reports on productivity required by the Senate Report accompanying the annual DHS Appropriations Acts (usually the third quarter report). However, the Senate Report that accompanied the FY 2010 DHS Appropriations Act no longer directed USCIS to submit quarterly productivity reports. Accordingly, the section 478 reporting requirement is now met through this separate report"--Issue from April 13, 2018, page 2.
Source of description
  • Description based on: April 13, 2018; title from cover (USCIS, viewed Jul. 7, 2020).
  • Latest issue consulted: April 29, 2020 (viewed Jul. 7, 2020).
SuDoc no.
HS 8.26:
LCCN
2020230869
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