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Employers to Benefit from “Eviscerated” Trump Immigration Policy, International Employment Lawyer

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Morgan Lewis partner Eleanor Pelta was quoted in an International Employment Lawyer article about the Biden administration’s decision not to defend a Trump era “public charge” policy before the US Supreme Court. The rule allowed for education, English-language skills, and current wealth to be considered when determining an individual’s eligibility for residency. “The rule was designed to create barriers to lawful immigration for hardworking immigrants of all economic backgrounds,” said Eleanor. “Those complex and confusing forms, as well as a mountain of supporting financial documentation, were required of every single applicant for lawful permanent residence, including executives and other key personnel working at large companies, and each of their family members.”

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