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Susan Russell, University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies
New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Program (NH-ME LEND)
The Public Charge rule and the Remain in Mexico policy negatively impact individuals with disabilities and make it harder for legal immigration to the U.S. for low- and middle-income people. The Public Charge rule does not affect asylum seekers, but the Remain in Mexico policy results in a loss of protections for this population.
University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies
NH-ME LEND Capstone Poster Session and Celebration
Zoom web conference.
U.S. immigration policy, public policy, public charge rule
Disability Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Coe, C. (2020, May). The impact of current U.S. immigration policies on individuals with disabilities and their families (PDF). Poster presented at the NH-ME LEND Capstone Poster Session and Celebration [Zoom web conference].