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New Trump Admin. Rule Could Deny Green Cards, Citizenship To Immigrants Receiving Public Assistance

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New Trump Admin. Rule Could Deny Green Cards, Citizenship To Immigrants Receiving Public Assistance

New Trump Admin. Rule Could Deny Green Cards, Citizenship To Immigrants Receiving Public Assistance

The Trump administration on Monday moved forward with new rules that could deny green cards and citizenship for immigrants who get public assistance.

Wilson Walker reports.

(8-12-2019)

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