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The public charge rule says that immigrants who get certain public benefits from the government could have trouble getting a green card or gaining entry to the U.S.
People may be concerned about how the partial federal government shutdown will affect federal programs. Here is some information that we collected on various programs.
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You cannot be forced out of your apartment while your landlord is in foreclosure. The law protects your right to stay in your home. Read more...
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