Trump administration instructions used to apply public charge rule contain substantial errors
The new “public charge” rule is set to go live in less than two weeks but lawful immigrants applying for green cards will have their applications judged against a set of unclear rules by evaluators who may be relying on error-ridden and incorrect instructions. Those denied green cards can’t appeal these decisions even if the process is full of mistakes.
USCIS is refocusing its efforts on denaturalization
Carrying on an Obama-era interest in identifying citizenship granted on fraudulent information, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is redirecting resources to focus on finding anyone who may have made false statements during the naturalization process.