Public Charge Rule: How Agile is Your Immigration Program?

22 Jun, 2020

Global Trend

In ongoing efforts to reduce immigration and narrow existing legal routes, the Trump administration has repurposed an old idea—screening foreign nationals for financial self-sufficiency. When the Department of Homeland Security proposed the public charge rule in 2018, the economy was expanding with low unemployment numbers. Now that the COVID-19 crisis has led to an economic downturn with record unemployment, the public charge rule has taken on new and unexpected significance.

The current economic storm affects all companies to some degree. BAL has written a paper to help you evaluate the current impact of the public charge rule on your immigration program and take the necessary steps to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis with a program that best addresses your current business goals.

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