By a vote of 266-150 on Jan. 22 (three days after the previous extension deadline of midnight on Jan. 19), the House passed the Senate amendment, extending Continuing Appropriations for government services and programs to Feb. 8.
The bill now goes to the president who is expected to sign it into law.
Today’s action extends government operations and programs until Feb. 8, including vital immigration programs such as EB-5, Conrad 30, E-Verify, and Religious Workers. GT will continue to provide updates as events unfold.
For more information on the Continuing Resolution, click here.