According to liaison notes between AILA and USCIS, the rulemaking should be issued by the end of the calendar year. Assuming no changes in the plans of CIS, the process should go "live" about six months thereafter.
As Mr Eichorn indicated, it is supposed to by the end of the year... We shall see
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I could only suggest relying on officially published notices by the Service to that effect. What we assume cumulatively will not matter in the long run. Be patient.
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