HUD’s Proposed Noncitizen Rule: Microsite and Resources

On May 10, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published a proposed rule that would effectively evict thousands of immigrant families legally living in federally subsidized housing, including public housing and Section 8. The proposed rule focuses on ending critical housing assistance for over 25,000 mixed status households, or families comprised of both members who are eligible and ineligible for federal housing assistance because of their immigration status. According to figures provided by HUD, over 55,000 children who are eligible for public and assisted housing would face eviction because they live in mixed status families. Additionally, HUD anticipates that the rule will substantially increase costs by millions of dollars, such that the agency would have “to reduce the quantity and quality of assisted housing” for everyone, not just immigrant families, who accesses lifeline housing subsidies.

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