Public Charge and Housing: Fact Sheets, Talking Points, and Webinar
The National Housing Law Project condemns the Trump Administration’s attempt to punish legal immigrants and their families for accessing critical, lifesaving benefits.
On October 10, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officially published a proposed rule that would make it easier for certain immigrants to be considered a “public charge” and, therefore denied admission into the country and denied green cards because they access food, nutrition, and housing programs.
- Check out our short FAQs outlining the basics of the proposed public charge rule’s impact on families seeking and using federal housing subsidies.
- See our revised “Technical” Fact Sheet (for a more in-depth dive into the rule).
- Use our Public Charge and Housing Talking Points.
- View our Public Charge Webinar.