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Administration Unveils New Rule Barring Immigrants Seeking Green Card from Receiving Public Benefits

CNSNews.com Monday, 12 August 2019
U.S CItizenship and Immigration Services Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli announced Monday that the Trump administration is defining the term public charge as it applies to immigrants for the first time, making it more difficult for immigrants who rely on public services to get a green card.
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News video: Finalized Rule Would Block Immigrants 'Likely' To Use Public Benefits

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Under the rule, a person could be denied a green card or a visa if they use benefits like food stamps or public housing for a certain length of time.

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