The Guardian, February 14
by Mario Koran
The administration’s anti-immigrant agenda has made people fearful of accepting help to which they are legally entitled.
Their fears are compounded by a US supreme court ruling late last month that allows the administration to expand the “public charge” criteria, which officials have used for more than a century to determine which immigrants were likely to become dependent on the government, and thus ineligible to enter the US or obtain a green card.
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