Immigration public charge rule has chilling effect, engenders lawsuits

By Cynthia Price 

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Advocates say they will focus on getting the word out about what the rule actually entails and to whom it applies. “The incredible complexity of the rules is part of why the chilling effect happens and why people have already been withdrawing citizen children,” commented Olivia Golden from the Center on Law and Social Policy and Hincapié’s co-chair at PIF. The full rule is 837 pages long.

 

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