PUBLIC CHARGE NEWS! FINAL RULE; Facebook LIVE; Immigration Lawyer in New York (2019)

PUBLIC CHARGE NEWS! FINAL RULE; Facebook LIVE; Immigration Lawyer in New York (2019)

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hello hello hello hello let’s talk about public charge who is out there with me who is out there today it’s Monday friends if you’re on if you’re commuting home from work it is after 5:00 here Eastern Time if you’re commuting tune in tune in tune in and go ahead and share this video with your feed because we’re gonna talk about public charge public charge it’s back so soon friends on Friday I did a facebook live and during that discussion I said at the very end of that video that I’m going to do a video about public charge right because it is so hot and you guys have been asking me for an update now I didn’t think that come Monday I would be before you again with a huge huge announcement that the government issued today so let’s get going let’s get going share this with your feed thank you guys for chiming in for those of you who are with me go ahead and give me some hearts tell me where you’re watching me from and let’s just talk about public charge also this video will be uploaded shortly thereafter to YouTube on mcbean immigration TV so for those of you who have not yet subscribed to make be an immigration TV go ahead and subscribe today also get on my email list friends get on my email list because I’m going to be providing more tips about this very issue as I dive a little deeper into it over the next few weeks it’s that there’s a lot to this there’s a lot to unpack so get on my email list so that you can get some of my tips on how to even overcome the grounds of inadmissibility based on public charge so the link to my email address it my email list I should say is in this base a post and yeah so go ahead and sign up for my email list and friends let’s get going we all have a lot to do I hope you guys had a terrific weekend and that you did something fun with someone that you love now let’s talk about public charge first thing I want to say about this issue is that I’m only going to tell you about what I know there’s so much there’s so much to this friends the government issued a rule a final rule today that is 837 pages long there is no way anyone there is no way anyone knows fully about this issue as of today really it just came out and it’s 837 pages so I’m only going to share with you what I know so far about this issue and like I said as I dive deeper into it I will be sharing some tips and some more information to my email subscribers my email list so go ahead and subscribe today now what is this so public charges you guys know you’ve been following the issue you’ve been following some of my videos about this issue I did a video about this last August and I had to disable comments friends I had to disable comments on YouTube because this issue of public welfare public benefits benefits going being accessed by immigrants is so hot there were so many awful comments by those who are anti-immigration and so I had to disable comments and if things get ugly with this video in terms of comments I’ll have to shut down comments as well so my job here is just to report to you what I’ve learned thus far and what I’m going to be referring to primarily is the announcement that USCIS issued today now the other thing before I get into their announcement is that you should know that the government is denying more and more people for the green card or what we call the immigrant Fiza they’re denying folks the green card on this ground on the ground of public charge because the government doesn’t think these individuals can ourself sustain it okay maybe because they have access benefits okay we’re going to talk about which benefits apply here but just to give you a quick update in terms of how many people have been denied so far what we do know is that between October of last year in July 29th the State Department the State Department denied 5343 Mexicans okay this is Mexicans the immigrant fees that denied the immigrant visa applications to these individuals from Mexico compared with only seven denials in 2016 which President Obama you know he was in the White House at that time so we’re talking seven people were denied in 2016 from Mexico compared with over 5,000 that was denied between October and July okay so that’s a huge huge huge jump and then also overall taking everybody into consideration are all countries into consideration or nationalities into consideration twelve thousand one hundred and seventy nine visa rejections occurred during that same time period so as you can see the government is using this issue of public charge to deny people of their immigrant visa okay or the green card so this rule that what government is expected to impact friends nearly 400,000 immigrants okay 383 thousand people is what I’ve seen in my research so far so this is big it’s big news and so let’s talk about USCIS as announcement about this public charge issue because some of you are out there and you know you know you know you know that you have accessed some benefits right and so you’re very concerned about what that means for you in terms of being eligible to either apply for a green card or to adjust your status obviously or to change your status or to extend your stay here in the United States so I need you to listen carefully to what I’m about to share and I want you to share this video with your feed as well because if you’re in this situation chances are other people are out there in your feed right who needs this information so here’s what the government said today in its announcement call USCIS announces final rule enforcing long stand in public charge inadmissibility law now first thing that you should know is that the government is putting in place and I don’t know specifically the terms of how this is going to work yet I’m gonna have to dive into the rule but they’re putting in place a bond bond Bo and D okay a public charge bond for those who are seeking to adjust their status okay they’re putting in place this bond and the minimum bond amount is eight thousand one hundred dollars but the actual the announcement says the actual bond amount will be dependent on the individuals circumstances so the government is going to look at the totality of circumstances age background all sorts of stuff all sorts of factors I should say to determine what your bond amount could potentially be and yes you heard me correctly I said bond bo n d thank you guys for commenting below I cannot monitor all of your comments as I’m doing this video but please go ahead and comment I’m going to review them after this and I will be responding to some of your comments okay go ahead and comment below thank you very much for doing so now what else does this announcement say it says that public charge is now defined in this final rule to mean an individual who receives one or more designated public benefits for more than twelve months in the aggregate within any 36 month period okay it defines the benefits that is part of this whole public charge inadmissibility ground okay and so if you have received cash benefits to maintain your income to help you maintain your income right cash benefits or if you’ve received SSI Supplemental Security income or TANF Temporary Assistance to needy family supplemental nutritional assistance programs snap okay and then it also says friends it says most forms of Medicaid okay in certain housing programs are part of this public charge definition so this is you know this is interesting because you know quite a bit of people may have access to one or two of these benefits okay so we’re going to talk a little bit more about who it specifically applies to and who it does not apply to okay now the type of government programs that are excluded excluded from the public benefits definition are the following first of all individuals who are in the military who are serving an active duty or in the Ready Reserve Component of the US Armed Forces they’re excluded from this and their spouses and children are also excluded from this okay now what’s also excluded is public benefits that are received by certain international adoptees and children acquiring US citizenship what’s also excluded Medicaid for aliens under 21 and pregnant women okay also excluded Medicaid for school-based services and also Medicaid benefits for emergency medical services excluded so what I just went through with you are those benefits that people may have accessed that’s now that’s excluded from the definition of public benefits or public charge okay it’s not included okay now let’s go on what else does the USCIS announcement say about this issue the regulation does not it says the regulation does not apply to folks who have who are who have who are seeking an immigration benefit based on a humanitarian program for example people who are Rev considered refugees under our law asylees special immigrant juveniles people who have who are victims of trafficking okay or your victim of crime certain qualifying crimes okay or you’re a victim of domestic violence among others that’s what the announcement says among others don’t know who those others are right now but if you’re seeking a humanitarian based benefits okay or a benefit based on humanitarian needs you’re basically excluded from this it does not apply to you okay I’ve mentioned the fact that there will be a bond that the government it will set up for those who are seeking specifically seek an adjustment of status okay and the minimum bond amount $8,100 I don’t know how that’s going to be structured yet I have to do a little bit more reading again the rule is 837 pages okay so there’s a lot to unpack here I mentioned at the top of this video I believe that this applies to people who are seeking a green card or if you’re seeking to change your status from one non-immigrant visa status to another or if you’re seeking to extend your stay this includes you as well now who doesn’t it who else does it not who does it not include now I jumped over to the rural friends and I just read the first two pages just the first two pages and on page 2 of the actual rule it says it does not apply to u.s. citizens even if the US citizen is related to an alien subject to the public charge ground of inadmissibility so if it’s your wife who’s an immigrant seeking to adjust her status and you as the husband you’re a US citizen and you have access public benefits during the course of your your time as a US citizen it does not apply to you okay even though maybe your wife had sought benefits as well it applies to her okay but it does not apply to the US citizen okay it also the the rule also says that the public benefit must have been received directly by the alien and for the aliens benefit okay meaning that the alien is a beneficiary of that benefit some of you may be saying well your situation may look like this you’re you you you have a child a US citizen child and you access food stamps you’ve access certain other benefits TANF maybe you’re getting cash assistance you know the it’s so the question who is the beneficiary of the benefit is it the child or is it you if it’s your US citizen child that’s not an issue but if you’re the you’re the beneficiary then that’s going to be a problem okay the rule says DHS will not consider public benefits received on behalf of another DHS also will not attribute receipt of a public benefit by one or more members of the aliens household to the alien unless the alien is also listed as beneficiary of the public benefit so again that summarizes what I just shared with you that you have to be the direct beneficiary of that that benefit so that’s where we are today in terms of my understanding the public benefits based on the announcement that the government has issued it is going to impact quite a bit of people here’s what I did not say it goes into effect in 60 days so we’re talking about sometime in October right now the thing is that various organizations nonprofits have announced to my knowledge they’ve announced that they will file a lawsuit to challenge the implementation of certain aspects of the public charge rule that was issued today so who knows you know you guys have been following developments since President Trump took office and you see that sometimes these groups are very successful and stopping or pausing for a brief moment certain changes until the court decides ultimately whether the government had overreached its powers or not so we don’t I don’t know how this is going to be resolved chances are who knows they may be successful in getting an injunction to temporarily stop the implementation of this rule or aspects of this rule until the court rules so if that happened obviously I’ll try my best to update you on those developments but this that you should be concerned okay who you should be concerned if you are seeking to get a green card or seeking to extend your stay here or change your status and you’ve sought those benefits that I discussed earlier that those you it may impact you it may impact you in a real way so that is public charge that is the the issue of the day friends comment below and tell me what questions you have about this perhaps I’ll cover it in my next video as well but I will be reviewing your comments thanks very much for watching subscribe to mcbean immigration law TV and get on my email list the link is in this that this post get it get on it so that you can get more free tips and tools from me thanks so much for following and go ahead and give me some likes and thumbs ups and share this video with others have a great afternoon bye bye

100 thoughts on “PUBLIC CHARGE NEWS! FINAL RULE; Facebook LIVE; Immigration Lawyer in New York (2019)

  • Frank1975 Post author

    I have a ? Before this greancard that is green the one before was kind of like purple my mother in laws mom has one still the old one it doesn't have an expectation time but I know they have to be renewed every 10 years which i had one odd those and have renewed it once she's received public benefits since I have know her like 25 plus years how would this affect her if any she gets SSI supplemental income and food stamps if I'm not wrong she only qualified using her daughter's working credits to get SSI and Medicare and Medicaid????

  • Power Shiba Post author

    What about having received Medicaid type insurance BEFORE this rule? (Medicaid was only benefit ever used; have not used it since 2018)

  • Mi Mo Post author

    Does it affect current resident alien who has to renew next yeat

  • progamer/ camper Post author

    So proud of you. Jamaican girl

  • Destafari Goode Post author

    come on know

  • MissB Post author


  • David Crisp Post author

    Madam Attorney, GREAT DAY IN AMERICA!!!! I have been married twice, first time 1987 to a immigrant who became a US Citizen before dying in 1995. A second time in 2004 also to an immigrant. This law has been in place FOREVER!!! You know you must file an Affidavit of Support on ALL GREEN CARD PACKAGES!!! NOBODY DESERVES TO COME HERE, THE GREATEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD AND GET A FREE RIDE!! MEANING WELFARE AND SSI!! Sorry go HOME!! I don't care where you come from, NO NOTHING FOR YOU OR YOUR "ANCHOR " BABY. GET A JOB OR GET THE HELL OUT!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ib Ba Post author

    Thank please keep us updated

  • Ron Rabbit Post author

    So my concern is that I'm trying to bring my fiancee to the US from Uganda, it's still in the early stage, I've submitted my I-129F petition and have received the NOA1 so far. So we are praying that we get approved, I only gross $30,000.00 a year and believe I can support the both of us but will be kind of tight. Do you think we are alright on the financial aspect for approval and if so, once we are married, how hard will it be to start the process for her to get permanent resident status (green card)? Thank you so much for all you do Counselor

  • Imene Haddad Post author

    Great work! Thank you for keeping us updated

  • Annakay Taylor Post author

    Hi I'm watching you from Jamaica, thanks for the info.

  • cmattdike Post author

    What if you have worked illegally before?

  • Gillian Fisher Post author


  • Manny M Post author

    Thank you very much for ur Help I'm a U.S Citizen but worry so much for my Mom who has to renew her Card every year does this apply to Green Card renewals please any thing would help.

  • Remy Remi Post author

    Hi does this public charge rule affect those who bought a home via the government first time home buyer program???

  • FACE SENEGAL Post author

    Hi can you please tell me if this rule applies to green card holders eligible for filing citizenship ?

  • Juliet Okoroigwe Post author

    Does it apply to green card holders.?

  • Amar singh Post author

    Hi, I am a citizen and my wife has a green card. She will be filing for citizenship next year in July of 2020. Will it effect her for getting citizenship?
    Also if she gets a citizenship, will it effect her to bring her parents? Because we have Medicaid and SNAP. I just withdrew from SNAP but keeping the Medicaid because we have a 18 months daughter born here. I would really appreciate it if you would answer these questions. Thank you

  • sharon237sw Post author

    Mcbean Law, does this rule affects someone who is renewing a ten year greencard.? Thanks for the info.

  • Louisa Chuks Post author

    @McBean, thanks for the update.
    In Social Media,; I know anybody can open Facebook, Instagram etc regardless of where you are staying or where you came from.

    Please can an undocumented immigrant in USA create YOUTUBE and upload videos (BE A YOUTUBER)

  • Karen Abinsay Post author

    Hello! Karen here in the philippines. F2a visa class priority date march 5 2018. I already received my notice of action how long does it take my approval letter from the nvc? Thanks for the reply

  • Apple of God's eyes Post author

    Thanks so much ma'am.. Our God who brought some of us this far, will surely give us an expected end..Just to assure u out there brotherns..God is bigger then any mountain.

  • jamal abdun nafis Post author

    What will happen to F2A category? I applied for my wife. I didnโ€™t take anything like food stamps, housing and medicaid. Will this act affect my spouse eligibility to get green card

  • Trinh Con Post author

    Does the public charge retroactive before October 15, 2019? Since the public charge will get effective on October 15, 2019.

  • Paras Kumar Post author

    You are soooo positive i tell you.. there is a vibe of hope when you speak for those who would need it. Thank you being the way you are. While helping everyone else, you represent all good people! So thank you.

    One question that I have is, in your analysis, will EB3 category be current when new fiscal year starts? I had my interview end of July and they told me that they have exhausted the visas for this year. If EB3 becomes current, do i have to do anything to get my card since interviewer said, "everything here looks good"

  • edward sanchez Post author

    I love your hairstyle you go and be proud beautiful hair beautiful black woman you are pioneer of the women in industry God bless you and keep on doing your Facebook in your you to your professional woman you speak clearly thank you for your beauty and your your professional

  • Pam Littlebit Post author

    If you need someone to monitor your social media and block some of these trolls, I can help you with this. Some people are so disrespectful. Please contact me if you need my help; seriously.

  • Marco Alvan Post author

    Am i mistaken or it will apply only for who applies for greencard after some time in October, so if you have already applied for your greencard before october you are not subject to this rule about benefits?

  • amr hamed Post author

    Thanks for sharing with us , now what should we do ? Should we disenroll ?? Whats your suggestions ??

  • Luscious3174 Post author

    Appreciate the video and the information

  • Alma Heraldez Post author

    What does it mean to "seek to extend your stay"??

  • Ronnie katzroy Post author

    I've lived in the US for about 8 years, I signed up for SNAP last month, Full time college student living off campus Zero help from my parents so I needed a little help. I recently lost my green card so I filed a I-90 to get it replaced. Will I be denied replacement?

  • Samsahara s Post author

    Thank you for taking time to give us all these important information…great job.

  • Eden Garden Post author

    Thank You!!

  • Mercedez Robinson Post author

    Suppose you got a Medicaid card for emergency services at the hospital but has never used it, does this rule apply?

  • my_youtube_channel Post author

    Such an annoying woman just get to the point

  • JOULJET SABBAY_TMN Post author

    I have a family of four members; me, my wife, and two small kids that my son aged around 3 years old and daughter aged around 9 months old. My question is that how much money in bank statement to cover our family members? My wife is a DV2020 lottery selectee. We also prepare I-134 form along with us.

  • SAN H Post author

    First and foremost. Know that myself and friends are grateful for you and your channel. My questions are…How far do they check the public charge record of a legal immigrant? Do they check an immigrant entire life in the United States? Please and thank you

  • priscilla Lander Post author

    What about.(WIC) Women, Infants, and Children. Does it apply to this program?

  • Erick Towet Post author

    So do u need to have a degree or something they said they will be checking ur age and education

  • apple jaguar Post author

    where r u located is there a phone number that u can b reached?thanks for the information

  • Libin Mathew Post author

    How about green card renewal for elderly? Is that impacted?

  • Daniel Mackenzie Post author

    Thank you McBean for always updating us on the new policies pertaining US immigration.

  • Occena Herby Post author

    Hello, how are you doing? Could you make a video about parolee green card please?

  • Twinnie Davidson Post author

    What if you already have a green card, Does it affects you?

  • Prakash Soni Post author

    incredible information.
    god bless u.

  • Drea Queen Post author

    Thanks much appreciate you โค๏ธ

  • Bello Biodun Post author

    @Mcbean thanks a bunch for d information may God bless u
    My question goes thus; my wife is US citizen and its been like w month simce we filed. She just recently applied for a foodstamp and d welfare officers asked her how many people are living with her and she replied to them that she lives with her husband, dad and one daughter but she told them that her husband can't use any public benefit but they still want her to bring my ID
    Pls do u think we should give dem my ID?

  • Bello Biodun Post author

    @Mcbean thanks a bunch for d information may God bless u
    My question goes thus; my wife is US citizen and its been like w month simce we filed. She just recently applied for a foodstamp and d welfare officers asked her how many people are living with her and she replied to them that she lives with her husband, dad and one daughter but she told them that her husband can't use any public benefit but they still want her to bring my ID
    Pls do u think we should give dem my ID?

  • trend central mommy Post author

    Does this include a single daca mom who receives cash aid for son born here? Iโ€™m currently in school and work part time but LA is pricey and I been receiving cash aid for my son whoโ€™s 12 and father was deported 11years ago

  • Broken Heart Post author

    Gudmorning i have a Question im a green card holder 15,2013 for 6 years and im trying to apply for my citizenship soon my Question is me and my twin daughters have insurance medicaid only for emergency but no food stamp and no public assistance…i just want to know if there is problem for that …Thank u hope u can help as thank ..watching from New York this only for people who applying now for green card

  • Tao Xu Post author

    Can Medicaid user seeking doctor get impact from the public charge if the person is applying for green card?

  • Melchor Vallejos Post author

    Youโ€™re great!!!

  • Tedane Williams Post author

    Big up uself!!!! U office look nice and clean !!! Keep up the good works

  • Shadowmoz Rawlins Post author

    Stri8 outta st.kitts bless up

  • Hyden 35 Post author

    Does this apply to a green card holder adjusting status to become a us citizen?

  • Guy Bertrand Post author

    Something you mentioned in passing is "for more than 12 months in the aggregate within any 36 months period". So if the benefit received in the aggregate was less than 12 months; does it mean they are not subject to the new law/rule?

  • Aklak Zaman Post author

    Hi there, my case has been completed by NVC about 5 months ago and now Iโ€™m on waiting for visa interview in Bangladesh Does this new rule apply to me?

  • LYNDA ADAMMA Post author

    Thanks so much for ur wonderful information. Pls my daughter is a us citizen and she gets SNAP is it going to affect me. She is the only getting the snap benefits in my house and pls the $8,100 you mentioned is for what.. u called it bond. thanks.

  • Lord Beerus Sama Post author

    So now would be really great to know which AOS applications will be affected by this rule ? Only those which PD is after this law or all pending?

  • Afshin Zaim Post author

    How about green card holders who applied for citizenship and have been here more than 5 years

  • Robert Mackoul Post author

    Thank you so much ' is Obama care public charge?

  • lly g Post author

    Jesus get the point already

  • Dilbag B Post author

    Mam any benefits to f4 applicant

  • Conrad Gould Post author

    Does this include education benefits? For example decreased tuition for going to a community college or local college?

  • syed rashedi Post author

    U r really nice what is ur email or phone

  • jelio ophelia Post author

    Thank you for the great news, you're totally amazing.

  • Shalini Raveendran Post author

    How does this effect in trying to get a parent in? If our household was never dependent on any public benefits?

  • cbordes1 Post author

    Thank you for the update. Truly appreciated.

  • R Ali Post author

    Can I have your email please

  • hama abdoulaye Post author

    Thanks you for all you doing for the immigrant community I have a question my self I am a us citizen how and what do I need to bring my mother here in the United States

  • Nina Lundberg Post author

    Thank you and greetings from Montana โค๏ธ
    I wonder what consequences of this law will be in the future for people who will have to remove conditions?
    My husband and me are older and we have an agreement that I stay at home and be a housewife.
    We have really a enough of monthly income ( over 250% ) and a lot of assets. I donโ€™t plan to be a public charge at all . Will we have a problem?
    Thank you!

  • K J Post author

    Iโ€™m watching you from Orlando Florida. Youโ€™re doing such a wonderful job! Stay blessed beautiful ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  • Abdulhakim Omar Post author

    U r my teacher

  • amassou amassou Post author

    can you talk about the new requirements for news immigrants? (education/finantial ability/age) Thank you do much!

  • sanjay tiwari Post author

    Mam my sister she is in usa Indianapolis and she married indian us citizen and she have one baby also she have 10 years green card as well ….but she lost her green card somewhere…what she can do know her husbend is also not helping her

  • Deepak Goel Post author

    Thank you so much for the update, how about for renewing the green card?

  • Kamisha Smith Post author

    Filed my i130 last year still waiting. Will this rule affect me seeing I filed my i130 last year? Or will it still affect me when filing the i485?

  • ุฃูŠุงู… ุฌู…ูŠู„ุฉ Post author

    i found you're channel few months but its amazing channel thank you. i have a question .i heard that people who got benefits for three years this could affect thier citizenship??? I'm in program for 4 year having foodstamp and medical ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข. and my husband didn't get green card yet. thank you.

  • Golam Hyder Post author

    I'm a F1 student visa holder, a PhD student. My 2.5 yers old daughter is US citizen and she is getting medicaid and Food stamp as I applied for her. Will this rule affect my green card application?

  • Lucky Igweh Post author

    I received a labor and delivery benefits in 2016, I later got married later in 2016, and in 2017 I received the wick program to supplement the feeding of my child. My husband just became a .U.S citizen and I just submitted the I-30, I-485, I-765, will this impact my green card application?

  • chidinma iheanyichukwu Post author

    Hi, does student financial aid qualify as public charge?

  • Michael & Haidee Post author

    Miss McBean, I think people are overlooking the quite giant that will kill many K1, CR1, IR1, and the other non-family based visas like H, L, F, etc is the new rule increasing, by doubling the income threshold to be "positively" weighed (or otherwise a fancy phrase for 'requirement') to 250% of the poverty level. This will put a 2 person family at an annual salary of $42,000. Can you discuss this new portion of the rules?

  • Sami Shabshab Post author

    Hi, I applied for my fiancee last October her file made it to US Embassy 3 and haf months ago yet she hasn't received the appointment for the interview is this normal? and how long normally it takes to get an appointment? Thank you.

  • K C Post author

    The new rule is explained well on this site

  • Emmanuel NIYIBESHAHO Post author

    Thank you for the video. I have one question:
    What about those who won DV lottery 2020? Interviews are to start in October. Is it possible will public charge be assessed for their cases?

  • beshoy hany Post author

    Visa bulletin movement

  • Hassan DaGreat Post author

    yo 4 min of nothing. get to the facts

  • Juanita Treadwell Post author

    People from other countries need to stop whining about this Public Charge, most American baby boomers never were on government assistance and it made us stronger for it. My husband and I have been together over 47 years; we were barely 17 and 19 years old when we got married and never got any government assistance. My husband even paid for the births of our children, he didn't leave the bill to the government; that's a Big reason why he loves his children because he took care of them financially from the start. A Father is a Father and a Mother is a Mother; not the government. Everyone coming into this country should start learning responsibility for their self needs. Life was hard back then too but, we understood that we had to save up for 9 years before we could buy a nice brick home and that's what we did. Majority of People coming into our country jump into a nice Big brick home right away then, expect the government to supply them with cash assistance for the bills and food stamps; they need to go back to their countries and try doing that. I guarantee you they can't do it. I know a very young couple from another country, through a friend, that has driven a new car (of their picking) every year and they laugh about their government assistance paying for it. So, "Are you an American struggling to make your car payment and still think that people from other countries should continue to have the government make their car payments?"

  • Haytham Attia Post author

    Introduction ends on 7:10 , valued information starts after that , thanks

  • Greg Mccumber Post author

    America was built on self reliance and personal responsibility not government handouts paid for through the theft of labor (taxes) of those who work

  • Greg Mccumber Post author

    Anchor babies should be assigned the citizenship of the mother and sent back to where they came from.

  • Terry Mercer Post author

    If you aren't also gathering the TOTAL APPLICANTS… then the number of denials is meaningless. The CARAVANS of illegals, and the majority of those illegals attempting to cross the Tijuana crossing are NOT 'from' 'Mexico' but rather central or south America, or even other countries. Legal immigration should have VETTING… against criminal activity, health, and reasonable ability to have a career that can sustain their living without becoming any drain upon the taxpayer's of this nation. There are far too many ALREADY IN this nation – homeless, orphans, veterans, ex-felons… that are Citizens… and need help PRIOR TO ANY IMMIGRANTS. It's good the government is tightening up on UNVETTED ILLEGALS. I'm 100% for legal immigration, 1000% against illegal immigration… and 5000% against all government employee's and businesses that ENABLE illegal immigration.

  • The LakeShow Post author

    Trump is doing a great job I agree with the โ€œ public changeโ€ rule trump 2020 !!!!

  • Lilian Rich Post author

    Hi attorney thank you so much for smart immigration info you are God sent. So my question is i know you have explained this but what if my husband is a citizen and he seeks public assistance does it affect me as his wife who is seeking a green card?

  • sugarluv Post author

    Does the public charge bond also apply to those outside the USA seeking green cards through Consulate processing?

  • Bernard Amanortey Tettehfio Post author

    What about if you already started your process :adjustment of status

  • jenny h Post author

    I currently have Medicaid and NCI for my son,will that affect my husband from coming over to the USA ,have filed and it has been approved, waiting on nvc

  • Art Soto Post author

    How about for legal residents that want to become US citizens?

  • Vuyi Ngcobo Post author

    Thank youth is this much needed information, it has given me a relief as a victim of domestic violence, in the process of applying for Local Permanent residency

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