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|Will the latest U.S. immigration policy fail to apply for benefits?
Does immigration have an impact?
Recently, it has been reported that Trump has directly bypassed the legislative process of Congress and plans to "reduce" the scores of immigrant applicants receiving certain benefits.
According to several US media reports, the authorities will veto applications for permanent residence if they believe that the applicants tend to rely on government assistance for their livelihood.
The Department of Homeland Security stresses that the 447-page new recommendation of Unacceptable Being a Public Burden applies only to those who apply for visas or permanent residence status.
As for the majority of people who have obtained green cards, as well as those who apply for naturalization, they are not affected by the new proposal.
Those who receive health insurance subsidies through the Affordable Health Insurance Scheme or the Child Health Insurance Scheme, as well as low-income to middle-income families who receive income tax credits, are similarly unaffected.
However, if the applicant has the following actions, he or she may not get a green card or visa:
Children are not American citizens but receive government benefits.
Benefits converted to more than $1821 a year (15% of the federal poverty line) If approved, the new proposal would be the latest measure by the Trump Administration to restrict immigration and undocumented immigration, and the first time in the United States to use welfare as a criterion for approval of green cards.
It is estimated that 382,000 people a year will be affected by this standard.
The proposal will be announced in the Federal Gazette in the coming weeks.
The public has 60 days to express their opinions, and the final decision will be announced in about a few months after the authorities consider all the opinions submitted by the public.
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