Giving Compass’ Take:
• EdSource discusses the Trump administration’s green card rule change, which has many immigrant families backing away from federal programs, even those that are unaffected.
• How can we help immigrant families find resources to thrive in their communities?
• Discover more about the Trump administration’s green card policy changes.
If someone has used a major, means-tested federal program . . . or if they have characteristics likely to make them use those benefits in the future, such as being older, poorer, less educated, or not an english speaker, that could also work against them in getting a green card.
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to begin using new rules that will further prohibit granting permanent residency status or green cards to immigrants receiving certain government services, including food stamps, public health insurance and housing vouchers.
Read the full article about green card rules at EdSource.
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