Public Charge Rule (proposed changes)

Friday, November 2, 2018, TCM hosted an informational presentation for local community stakeholders. 

Presented by Eduardo Ramirez Castro, a representative from CRLAF

View DHS's proposed changes to the public charge rule 

TWO WAYS to submit a comment by December 10, 2018:

Each comment requires: First and Last Name, Zip Code, and Email address

1) Directly to the Federal Register’s Federal Comment Portal (attachments may be uploaded):


2) At a microsite, such as The Protecting Immigrant Families Campaign (microsites will transfer your comment to the Federal Register). (no uploads feature)

NOTE:  5,000 characters max. for submissions via the comment box. Attachment size must be less than 10MB.

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  • Feliciana Wong
    commented 2018-11-09 16:58:14 -0800
    I believe it is outrageous that families in need and children in need should suffer at the hands of a country that has the means and the power to provide basic needs. It is our responsibility as citizens and human beings to provide for our brother when we can. There is more waste of resources, food, and necessities in our country that can easily be used to help our fellow man. I hope we can bring down the wall that is being built around us to try and keep us from doing what the good book says in helping our neighbor and our brother in times of need.