Public Charge Regulation Finalized
Advocates hail Biden Regulation as Major Win for Immigrant Families, Urge Congress to Act (September 9, 2022)
A new “public charge” regulation finalized yesterday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) adds critical protections to secure immigrant families’ access to the health and social services safety net, including housing. While the final regulation largely restores and improves upon the public charge policy in place for 20 years prior to the Trump administration, it also makes improvements sought by the National Housing Law Project and the hundreds of other organizations coordinated by the Protecting Immigrant Families coalition (PIF).
Read the full news release from the PIF Coalition and National Housing Law Project.