On Monday, The United States Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal made in a lower federal court by various pro-immigrant rights groups to invalidate the Trump Era rule that blatantly discriminates against immigrants deemed to be a “public charge.” The rule essentially acts as an immigrant wealth test, ensuring those who may legally qualify
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On Tuesday, The Trump administration announced the reinstatement of the “public charge rule” which targets immigrants solely based on their financial status. The public charge rule discriminates against immigrants who are likely or liable to become a public charge to The United States Government and may be denied a green card. The United States Citizenship
If you are a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. married to a foreign-born individual, you and your spouse may choose to permanently live and work in the U.S. To do that, your spouse must obtain a green card that establishes lawful permanent residency. Establishing residency requires going through a process with the U.S.