The Public Charge Rule: What is it and How it Will Impact Immigrants and Their Families

Maria Perez
Feb 10, 2020 - 6:41
The Public Charge Rule: What is it and How it Will Impact Immigrants and Their Families

The department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on Thursday that it will implement the public charge immigration rule on February 24. The rule will allow the Trump administration to refuse green cards or visas to legal immigrants who depend on public assistance, except in the state of Illinois, where a statewide injunction is still in place, according to USCIS. The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the government could enforce the rule in a 5-4 vote, Politico

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