USCIS Urged To Tweak Proposed ‘Public Charge’ Rule

Immigration advocates, medical groups and local governments urged U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in comments due Monday to retool its proposed “public charge” rule to exclude more public benefits when analyzing whether immigrants are likely to become dependent on the government…

Read this piece in its entirety at Law360.


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