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TESOL Comments on Proposed Public Charge Rule Changes

by David Cutler | 12/10/2018
TESOL International Association ​recently submitted comments regarding the public charge rule changes being proposed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. TESOL's comments highlighted a number of concerns with the proposal's plan to use English language proficiency to determine if immigrant applicants are likely to ever utilize certain public benefits, which would cause their requests for green cards or visa changes to be denied. 

Download a copy of TESOL's comments