The Trump administration introduced a new rule on Monday that would make it harder for low-income immigrants who receive food stamps or other forms of taxpayer-funded assistance to stay in the country legally.
The rule — which has been in the works since last year — would require immigrants applying for a change in immigration status (like a green card) to prove that they are unlikely to ever need public assistance, and can bar some immigrants who received assistance in the past from being approved.
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