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The comment deadline has been extended to June 15, 2020. So, there is still time to comment and tell your friends.
Basically this appears to be a reminder that foreigners shouldn’t be illegally working at US nuclear power stations, and that it is the responsibility of the nuclear power station owner to not take the word of the contractor and check for themselves, well before the worker arrives. It is a good opportunity for Americans to tell the NRC that you don’t want foreign nationals working in nuclear power stations, and any exceptions should have high security clearance. This is especially true for unescorted access.
“Clarification of Personnel Access Authorization Requirements for Non-Immigrant Foreign Nationals Working at Nuclear Power Plants Due Apr 30 2020, at 11:59 PM ET ID: NRC-2020-0073-0001 Comment here: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=NRC-2020-0073-0001
Foreign Nationals shouldn’t even be allowed unescorted access to nuclear power stations, and really no access. And, yet, we learn that foreign nationals have been allowed unescorted access, apparently to work, who don’t even have a work…
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