UNITED STATES (June 1, 2017) – Entrepreneur rule sent to OMB for review, could be put off
The delay may signal the Trump administration’s intent to keep it from taking effect
The International Entrepreneur Rule, which was finalized days before former President Barack Obama left office, has been sent to the Office of Management and Budget for further review. The additional review will likely delay the rule’s scheduled July 17 implementation and could signal the Trump administration’s intent to keep it from taking effect at any point during Trump’s presidency.
BAL Analysis: While the rule has not been officially scrapped, it appears increasingly unlikely that it will take effect during the Trump administration.
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