New 'Public Charge' Rule Excludes Noncash Benefits

By Mike LaSusa (February 17, 2022, 1:58 PM EST) -- The Biden administration on Thursday reverted to a historical understanding of the term "public charge," excluding noncash public benefits when determining if someone is dependent on the government and doing away with a Trump-era definition that penalized would-be immigrants who may use these benefits....

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