DHS Final Rule: DHS' Responses to Public Comments
This form is designed to collect organizations' analyses of the final DHS rule on public charge - and how DHS did (or did not) respond to issues raised in public comments submitted on the proposed rule. In this form, you can report if the administration failed to respond to the arguments your organization made, or if the responses were inadequate.
To respond to this form, you will need:
- Description of the argument raised in your public comment
- The section of the Federal Register where DHS responded to your comment or where they should have responded, but
didn’t. (Ex. Section I.3.a)
- The page of the Federal Register where DHS responded to your comment (Ex. Page 27498)
Please note: While this information is important for understanding the scope of the DHS response, due to the sheer volume of responses PIF Staff will not be able to respond to individual submissions unless additional information is needed! Thank you and we appreciate your responses!
The section of the Federal Register where DHS responded - or should have responded (Example: Section I.3.a)
Page Number (if not applicable, write N/A)
Description of argument raised (for multiple arguments you can fill out the form a second time but we recommend that you focus on the top arguments). PLEASE BE SHORT AND SPECIFIC.
How did DHS respond to this argument?
DHS failed to respond
DHS responded inadequately
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