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The administration's proposed changes to immigration policy are already affecting some immigrant and noncitizen families who rely on housing assistance.
Immigrants and their children are expected to make up a greater share of our labor force in the coming decades.
Some immigrant applicants who use SNAP to feed their families could be deemed a public charge and denied admission to the US.
A proposed rule would negatively weigh several factors in the immigration admissions process, including participation in Medicaid or SNAP.
Opening preschool to all children who speak languages other than English would lead to 3,200 new low-income preschoolers.
Despite limitations, Annual Survey of Refugees should yield valuable insights into refugee resettlement.
A draft rule would require immigration officials to forecast an applicant's future reliance on public benefits.
Are immigrants getting the skills they need to advance their careers, unlock better wages, and meet employer demand?
Immigrant families who cross the border are now targeted by federal criminal law, rather than the civil immigration system.
The policy of family separation was in direct contrast with other policies that acknowledge the importance of preserving families.

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