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rump Rule Targets Legal Immigrants Who Rely on Food Stamps
[版面:密苏里][首篇作者:pangpangchou] , 2019年08月12日12:11:07 ,179次阅读,0次回复
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标  题: rump Rule Targets Legal Immigrants Who Rely on Food Stamps and Other Aid
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Mon Aug 12 12:11:07 2019, 美东)

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration will penalize legal immigrants who
rely on public programs, such as food stamps and government-subsidized
housing, as part of a sweeping new policy to slow legal immigration into the
United States and reduce the number of immigrants who are granted permanent
legal status.

The move will have the greatest impact on poor immigrants who are living in
the country legally and are receiving public benefits from the government,
forcing them to make a choice between accepting financial help and living
and working in the country legally. It will probably not affect immigrants
who already have green cards.

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The United States wants immigrants who can support themselves, according to
the rule, not those who “depend on public resources to meet their needs,”
according to the new rule.

The regulation, which is scheduled to go into effect in 60 days, will
provide the Trump administration a powerful new tool to narrow the
demographic of people who come to live and work in the country.
Immigration advocates have pledged to sue the administration in an attempt
to block the new regulation from going into effect. Tens of thousands of
people opposed the rule in a public comment period over the past several
months.
The regulation, also known as the public charge rule, was published in the
federal register Monday morning with the following acknowledgment: “While
some commenters provided support for the rule, the vast majority of
commenters opposed the rule.”
The rule has been the top priority of Stephen Miller, the architect of
President Trump’s immigration agenda, who views it as the most significant
change to regulations that had encouraged migrants to come to the United
States.
Mr. Miller has repeatedly pushed administration officials to finish the rule
, at one point telling colleagues that he wanted them to work on nothing
other than the public charge rule until it was completed.
Some officials, including L. Francis Cissna, the former director of the
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, had resisted the rush to
finish the rule, drafts of which were several hundred pages long and very
complicated.
But Mr. Cissna was forced out of his position earlier this year and replaced
by Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, a former attorney general in Virginia and an
immigration hard-liner who shares Mr. Miller’s view that immigrants are a
drain on taxpayer dollars.
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