Stop Trump’s Attack on Immigrant Families

UPDATE (08/14/19): The Department of Homeland Security has finalized its “public charge” regulation — a racially-motivated “wealth test” that rigs the rules against immigrants and their families who are on the pathway to a green card. If the Trump Administration gets its way, countless families will be devastated.

Even though DHS finalized the rule, affected individuals and families will have until October 15th before it takes effect. See how “public charge” will impact you based on your immigration status, and what you should do: CLICK HERE

The campaign is continuing to work hard to fight this rule. Stay tuned for updates.

Are You Ready to Take Action and Support Our Work?

Check out our Events and Take Action pages. Throughout 2019, we will also host trainings and webinars to provide general education and capacity building tools.

Are You a Provider, Advocate or Community Member?

Check out our Community Education Resources page. There you will find materials to help understand policies and how they may impact your family and/or your community.

Want More Detailed Data and Information?

Check out our Analysis & Research page. There you will find in-depth analyses and reports related to public charge and other policies that impact immigrant access to basic needs programs.

About Protecting Immigrant Families

In 2017, The Protecting Immigrant Families, Advancing Our Future (“PIF”) campaign was created by the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) and the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) to combat the Trump Administration’s attack on access to health care, nutrition, housing, and economic security programs for millions of immigrant families. Our campaign brings together leading advocates for immigrants, children, education, health, anti-hunger, anti-poverty, and faith communities. Together, we not only defend against these threats, but also work to lay the foundation for a more productive national dialogue about our immigrant tradition and our country’s future.

Learn more about the organizations that make up the Protecting Immigrant Families campaign here.