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Fox News contributors Karl Rove and ‘The Five’ co-host Juan Williams to respond to new rules for the green card applicant.
San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties Tuesday announced that it had sued would be the Trump administration, a new regime, to refuse to give Federal officials more power, green cards for immigrants deemed likely to rely on social assistance, calling it an illegal attack on immigrants.
“This illegal rule is just another attempt to denigrate immigrants,” San Francisco-city attorney Dennis Herrera said in a statement announcing the lawsuit. “It makes it easier to work unfairly target hard-to legal immigrants during the sowing fear and confusion in our communities.”
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“The trump administration, the new rule is an illegal, misguided attack on immigrants,” Santa Clara County Counsel James R. Williams said. “It hurt all members of our communities will do so by reducing access to critical health and safety net services, creating healthier communities for all our residents.”
The California laws say that the rule attempts to abolish the decades-long legal precedent, “forcing individuals to renounce or critical uses or care.”
The management of the so-called “public charge” rule announced on Monday. White house officials say, to define the change better and to expand, to deny the factors that can be taken into account, attempts by the immigrants to match their status. It defines a “public costs” as an immigrant, receives one or more specific public benefits for more than 12 months within a 36-month period.
These benefits are Additional security income (SSI), Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF), most forms of Medicaid, and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps. The rule expands the number of advantages, which will be considered by the interim guidelines in 1999.
In an interview with Fox News, U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), The film’s Director, Ken Cuccinelli, said the change was made on the basis of “an old American value, and that is self-sufficiency.”
“It is also the long-term benefit of the protection of the taxpayer, by people who immigrate not guaranteed to be said to this country the public burdens, that they stand on their own two legs, than immigrants in the past few years have done,” he said. “It is not only a recipe for success, but for America’s system for success grows out of our immigration.”
But Democrats and immigrant groups immediately blasted the rule as a cruel and warned that it might prevent migrants from receiving the services they need. Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., calling it “untenable.”
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“No family should live in fear, feeding, accommodation, care for their children,” she said.
While trump has said the administration, the change, the taxpayer gets more value for the money of the taxpayers, California counties, claiming that it would actually the taxpayers to cost more.
“This rule forces you to make the people an impossible choice: your health and a better future for your family. We all bear the costs of this misguided policy, the shift of millions of dollars in health care costs to the taxpayers of San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties,” Herrera said. “At the same time, it will siphon millions from our local economy and drive more people towards homelessness.
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“This rule is garbage. We are determined to see that it ends up in the legal rubbish bin with the rest of the administration’s unlawful policies,” he said.
A legal battle was expected and could possibly planned to delay the rule implementation on Oct. 15. On Tuesday, the Trump, the criticism is dismissed and said his administration was the right thing to do.
“I’m tired of our taxpayers pay for people to come into our country and immediately go on welfare and other things, so I think that we do it right,” he said.