Supreme Court to Review Trump Administration's Public Charge Rule

by Eliza Grinberg on Mar. 02, 2021

Immigration Immigration  Deportation Immigration  Visa 

Summary: The Supreme Court will consider the public charge rule imposed by the administration of former President Donald Trump.

immigration attorney nycThe Supreme Court of the United States agreed to take a case concerning the legality of the public charge rules implemented by the administration of former President Donald Trump [PDF version]. However, it is unclear whether the current Biden Administration will retain the public charge rules or seek to return to the former public charge rules. In the event that the Biden Administration moves to do away with the new public charge rules, the Supreme Court's consideration of the issue may be mooted. We will update the site with further information as it becomes available.

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