A few weeks ago, we shared a Holland & Knight memo regarding the Trump Administration’s proposed rule regarding “Public Charge” provisions of immigration law.

Here is a link to a new Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of the potential effects of the proposed public charge rule that was officially published on October 10.

Among other things, the study shows that nearly all noncitizens who entered the United States without legal permanent resident status have at least one characteristic that would be weighed negatively in a public charge determination, and that potentially over 2 million Medicaid/CHIP enrollees living in a family with at least one noncitizen would disenroll from these programs.


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