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What if you had to choose between getting food and health care for your family OR avoiding these vital services in order to maintain residency in the U.S.?
The Trump Administration is proposing to deny permanent resident status (“green cards”) to, and even deport, families residing legally in the U.S. on visas if they—or their family members—use Medicaid, or other health and food programs.
This reckless proposal takes a little-known immigration law term called "public charge,” (a category that is currently used to deny green card status to those likely to use cash assistance or long-term care), and applies it more broadly to larger categories of immigrant families.
This proposal is yet another attempt to use health care and food programs to radically change longstanding U.S. immigration law, based on keeping families together.
Together, we can protect patients and families.
Submit a comment to OPPOSE the “public charge” proposal by the Trump Administration.
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