Employment-based immigrants to the U.S. are unlikely to be negatively impacted by the Trump administration’s controversial “public charge” rule, other than additional information collection and paperwork. The regulation went into effect Feb. 24, and multiple lawsuits against it have been filed.The updated rule, meant to screen out permanent residence applicants deemed at risk of becoming dependent on government benefits (referred to as being a public charge), expands the definition of
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 11th March 2020, 12:04
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