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With Trump’s new immigration rule, a deep bow toward ‘America First’

Christian Science Monitor Thursday, 15 August 2019
The Trump administration’s new immigration rule will make it harder for legal migrants who use public benefits to obtain green cards.
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A new immigration rule from the Trump administration could make it harder for legal immigrants to become United States citizens.

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