... would be the most radical change to our nation’s immigration policy in decades. Immigrant families who use any type of public ... comments against the rule, and from service providers about the impacts, both present and future.
What Funders Need to Know ...
... would be the most radical change to our nation’s immigration policy in decades. Immigrant families who use any type of public ... comments against the rule, and from service providers about the impacts, both present and future. Our panel will also cover ... is closed.
What Funders Need to Know About "Public Charge:" An Analysis of the Published Rule and How Funders Can ...
October 18, 2018
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
What is Public Charge?
Part of federal immigration law for over a hundred years, the “public charge” test is ... strong and productive, and raise children who thrive. With about one in four children having at least one immigrant parent, this issue ...
... of using benefits in the future.
Beyond reducing future immigration numbers, there is widespread concern this revised public charge ... of a final public charge rule. They find that:
About one in seven adults in immigrant families (13.7 percent) reported ...
... of aliens to the United States has a long history in U.S. immigration law, appearing at least as far back as the Immigration Act of 1882. ... in the Federal Register will contain information about how to submit comments.
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DHS Announces New Proposed ...
September 22, 2018
... advice . If you have questions, you should speak with an immigration attorney or BIA-accredited representative who can assess your ...
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
... The rule puts the country on a path towards a profoundly new immigration system — while Congress sits on the sideline. The change could reduce family-based immigration from “lower-income, less educated people in countries like China, ...
October 3, 2018
... the final public charge rule, which makes it easier for immigration officials to deny applications for permanent residency (green ...
August 19, 2019
... The new rule would significantly expand the list of benefits immigration officials would consider when determining whether or not an ... housing.
This represents a dramatic change to the U.S. immigration system—government estimates suggest it will affect around 382,000 ...
September 28, 2018
... push for legislation to cut and reshape legal immigration has struggled to gain traction in Congress, a proposed rule ... While the proposed rule is vague on the relative importance immigration officers should give to different negative and positive factors, ...
An analysis by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation of how the proposed "public charge" rule overhaul will impact immigrants' health coverage.
... Trump administration has been working to reduce family-based immigration to the United States and limit legal immigrants’ use of public ... the potential for a major back-door overhaul of the legal immigration system by imposing new standards that would fall most heavily on ...
August 1, 2018
... proposed rule that could have wide-reaching effects on legal immigration to the United States and lead to a sharp drop in use of public ... analysis are:
Based on the experience of the 1990s immigration and welfare reforms, it is reasonable to expect that the rule will ...
... This “Trump Rule” fundamentally changes our approach to immigration, making family income and potential use of health care, nutrition ...
... of Homeland Security would create a harsh new standard for immigration officials to decide whether to let immigrants lawfully in the ... legal entry come and rejoin family. Under the proposed rule, immigration officials could turn away lawfully residing immigrants seeking to ...
September 27, 2018
... using public benefits.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) rule dramatically expands the circumstances under ... the new standards, replacing guidelines in place since 1999, immigration officials will look at factors including the person’s age, ...
August 14, 2019
Today, the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) sent a letter signed by 90 bipartisan mayors from 29 states and the District of Columbia to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen calling on her to drop the proposed expansion of the “public charge” rule
October 10, 2018
... welcoming immigrants. It would radically reshape our legal immigration system, putting the wealthy at the front of the line, ahead of ... afraid to seek programs that support basic needs. With about one in four children having at least one immigrant parent, this issue ...
October 10, 2018
... assistance. As drafted, the rule departs from longstanding immigration policy by making it more likely for certain immigrants to be deemed ... what housing and homelessness advocates should know about the most recent draft public charge rule and how they can be involved in ...
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
... opposition; our collective advocacy is critical. Learn more about the proposed change here , and here , and read what national ...
May 28, 2019