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THERE IS NO GREATER SUCCESS IN OUR EYES

Than helping our clients and their family members become part of the American fabric.

Home  Immigrant rights  Supreme Court allows Trump administration to proceed with immigration rules

On Monday, January 27, 2020, the Supreme Court allowed Trump administration to begin implementing new rules. These new rules make it easier to deny immigrants residency or admission into the country because they have or might use public-assistance programs. Immigrants who are in the United States legally and use public benefits such as Medicaid, food stamps or housing assistance will be considered ineligible for green cards and a path to U.S. citizenship. The new criteria provide negative factors for immigration officials to weigh their decision on green card applications. The negative factors include whether a person is unemployed, a high school dropout or is not fluent in English. There will be a new form associated with the green card process that will determine if an applicant could become a public charge. The form would be about 20 pages and would require personal information about the applicant and all household members.