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New Rule Could Curb Legal Immigration From Central America

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Watch Video People seeking to legally immigrate to the U.S. could be prevented from getting green cards and visa extensions if they are using, or are likely to use, public benefits in the future. That's part of a finalized policy change the Trump administration  announced on Monday . It will take effect in October.Analysts told Newsy the new policy could greatly curb legal immigration from Mexico and Central America.U.S. officials have long had the power to deny green cards to applicants they consider a potential taxpayer burden or a "public charge." But that designation was previously limited to those who needed cash assistance or long-term hospitalization.Under the new rule, the government could also reject applicants who have received food stamps, housing assistance, Medicaid and several other benefits. And even if prospective immigrants have not already used these benefits, the government would look at potential "negative" factors such as poor health, income and education to determine how likely they are to use them in the future. The Trump administration  first proposed the rule  back in 2018."The impacts of this would be felt very unevenly; the people from Central America and Mexico, for example, would be more likely to have negative factors," Greenberg said.In 2018, Mark Greenberg of the Migration Policy Institute  conducted a study  that looked at five negative factors that could disqualify people from getting green cards under the new rule: limited English, age, lacking a high school diploma, low household income and employment or education status.Using recent U.S. census statistics, it then counted how many negative factors recent green card holders likely had. The study found that 60% of recent green card holders from Mexico and Central America had at least two negative factors. That figure was only 27% for those from Europe, Canada and Oceania."It would give federal officials enormous discretion to deny admission to the country for a very large share of people who now come into the country legally. ... It would really have profound effects on our immigration system," Greenberg said. The new rule wouldn't apply to refugees and asylum-seekers. Still, Greenberg is concerned by how the Trump administration is making serious changes to immigration policy without getting Congress' approval.But many conservative commentators say it's the old guideline that was problematic because it was lax and outdated.In a 2018  editorial  on the issue, National Review argued the old public charge rule did "a horrible job" because "cash assistance is today but a small part of the welfare state." The conservative outlet also wrote, "There is no reason whatsoever for the U.S. to welcome immigrants who cannot support themselves without taxpayer subsidies." Much of the controversy stems from the fact that the 1952 "public charge" law is pretty vague. The law requires officials to "at a minimum" consider certain factors such as the health, finances and education of the applicant, but otherwise leaves the details of figuring out who "is likely to become a public charge" up to the executive branch.This video includes reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN Číst dále >>>

New Rule Could Curb Legal Immigration From Central America

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Watch Video People seeking to legally immigrate to the U.S. could be prevented from getting green cards and visa extensions if they are using, or are likely to use, public benefits in the future. That's part of a finalized policy change the Trump administration  announced on Monday . It will take effect in October.Analysts told Newsy the new policy could greatly curb legal immigration from Mexico and Central America.U.S. officials have long had the power to deny green cards to applicants they consider a potential taxpayer burden or a "public charge." But that designation was previously limited to those who needed cash assistance or long-term hospitalization.Under the new rule, the government could also reject applicants who have received food stamps, housing assistance, Medicaid and several other benefits. And even if prospective immigrants have not already used these benefits, the government would look at potential "negative" factors such as poor health, income and education to determine how likely they are to use them in the future. The Trump administration  first proposed the rule  back in 2018."The impacts of this would be felt very unevenly; the people from Central America and Mexico, for example, would be more likely to have negative factors," Greenberg said.In 2018, Mark Greenberg of the Migration Policy Institute  conducted a study  that looked at five negative factors that could disqualify people from getting green cards under the new rule: limited English, age, lacking a high school diploma, low household income and employment or education status.Using recent U.S. census statistics, it then counted how many negative factors recent green card holders likely had. The study found that 60% of recent green card holders from Mexico and Central America had at least two negative factors. That figure was only 27% for those from Europe, Canada and Oceania."It would give federal officials enormous discretion to deny admission to the country for a very large share of people who now come into the country legally. ... It would really have profound effects on our immigration system," Greenberg said. The new rule wouldn't apply to refugees and asylum-seekers. Still, Greenberg is concerned by how the Trump administration is making serious changes to immigration policy without getting Congress' approval.But many conservative commentators say it's the old guideline that was problematic because it was lax and outdated.In a 2018  editorial  on the issue, National Review argued the old public charge rule did "a horrible job" because "cash assistance is today but a small part of the welfare state." The conservative outlet also wrote, "There is no reason whatsoever for the U.S. to welcome immigrants who cannot support themselves without taxpayer subsidies." Much of the controversy stems from the fact that the 1952 "public charge" law is pretty vague. The law requires officials to "at a minimum" consider certain factors such as the health, finances and education of the applicant, but otherwise leaves the details of figuring out who "is likely to become a public charge" up to the executive branch.This video includes reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

TYT LIVE: The TRUTH About Epstein; Threats Against AOC; Trump’s EVIL Green Card Plan

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Friend Of Dayton Gunman Faces Federal Firearms Charges

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Watch Video Ethan Kollie, a longtime friend of the Dayton gunman, has been arrested and is now facing federal charges. According to a court document  released Monday , Kollie is accused of lying on a federal firearms form, and he reportedly told authorities he bought body armor and gun parts for the gunman.The document says the 24-year-old told federal agents he bought bullet-proof body armor, a gun accessory called an upper receiver and a 100-round magazine for his friend earlier this year, but kept those items at his house so the gunman could hide them from his parents.It's not clear if Kollie knew his friend planned to carry out the mass shooting  on Aug. 4 , but he reportedly told investigators he and the gunman assembled the AR-15-style weapon used in the attack.The shooting left nine dead and 30 others injured within 30 seconds.Dayton authorities have said the gun the shooter used was purchased legally online. Authorities also say there was nothing in the gunman's past that would have come up in a background check to prevent him from buying the gun.Kollie's charges are connected to a pistol he bought for himself, which is not related to the attack. However, he's facing federal charges for allegedly lying on  ATF Form 4473 , a provision to ensure that people who need a background check undergo one. Authorities say Kollie lied about his marijuana use on the form.U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman announced the charges and said Kollie could face up to 10 years in prison for possessing a firearm as an unlawful user of a controlled substance and up to five years for making a false statement about firearms.Kollie was arrested Friday and is currently being held in a Dayton jail until his hearing on Wednesday afternoon.  Číst dále >>>

Friend Of Dayton Gunman Faces Federal Firearms Charges

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Watch Video Ethan Kollie, a longtime friend of the Dayton gunman, has been arrested and is now facing federal charges. According to a court document  released Monday , Kollie is accused of lying on a federal firearms form, and he reportedly told authorities he bought body armor and gun parts for the gunman.The document says the 24-year-old told federal agents he bought bullet-proof body armor, a gun accessory called an upper receiver and a 100-round magazine for his friend earlier this year, but kept those items at his house so the gunman could hide them from his parents.It's not clear if Kollie knew his friend planned to carry out the mass shooting  on Aug. 4 , but he reportedly told investigators he and the gunman assembled the AR-15-style weapon used in the attack.The shooting left nine dead and 30 others injured within 30 seconds.Dayton authorities have said the gun the shooter used was purchased legally online. Authorities also say there was nothing in the gunman's past that would have come up in a background check to prevent him from buying the gun.Kollie's charges are connected to a pistol he bought for himself, which is not related to the attack. However, he's facing federal charges for allegedly lying on  ATF Form 4473 , a provision to ensure that people who need a background check undergo one. Authorities say Kollie lied about his marijuana use on the form.U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman announced the charges and said Kollie could face up to 10 years in prison for possessing a firearm as an unlawful user of a controlled substance and up to five years for making a false statement about firearms.Kollie was arrested Friday and is currently being held in a Dayton jail until his hearing on Wednesday afternoon.  Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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12.8.2019 23:32
ommadammo
siri, 2001, internet,
50yrs

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50yrs ago...

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12.8.2019 23:32
ommadammo
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50yrs

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Mathew Whitaker On Jeffrey Epstein Suicide

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12.8.2019 23:31
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Mathew Whitaker Jeffrey Epstein Suicide

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Mathew Whitaker On Jeffrey Epstein Suicide

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12.8.2019 23:31
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Mathew Whitaker Jeffrey Epstein Suicide

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TroLL at the wedding

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12.8.2019 23:30
tronaa
Tronaa, WTF, LoL, TroLL, funny
TroLL wedding

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