On 1/27/2020, the U.S. Supreme Court lifted the nationwide preliminary injunction imposed by a district judge in New York, which was the last court order preventing the public charge rule from taking effect nationwide while multiple lawsuits make their way through the appellate courts. This means that the administration will be allowed to implement the public charge rule across the country while litigation continues, except in Illinois, where the public charge rule is still blocked by a statewide injunction. Read more from the Alliance for Immigrant Survivors
The Alliance for Immigrant Survivors will be holding a 1-hour webinar Thursday, 2/6/20, intended for domestic violence and sexual assault advocates serving immigrant survivors. This webinar will provide up to date analysis on the impact of the public charge inadmissibility rule on immigrant survivors. Register now to learn more about how determinations will be made, which survivors will be exempt, and how the rule will impact survivors and their families.
The content of this message was obtained from the Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence’s email from 1/30/2020 entitled, “Webinar: New Public Charge Updates: Their Impact on Immigrant Survivors (2/6/2020, 1:30PT)”