‘Public Charge’ Screenings Available Free For Low-Income Immigrants in South Florida

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    Starting Monday, low-income immigrants will be at a greater risk of being denied a visa or a green card. The Trump administration’s new “public charge rule” will keep people who need benefits like food stamps, housing vouchers, Supplemental Social Security Income and Medicaid from getting their green cards because they’d be considered a “financial burden” to the U.S. However, there are still certain people who receive public benefits are exempt from being impacted under the law, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Read more at our news partner the Miami Herald .

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