The rule will impede family-based immigration, but its perceived effects are already widespread—and perhaps even more dangerous.
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The Trump administration wants to keep out immigrants who burden the American taxpayer. How big is that burden really?
The federal agency that processes immigration applications is planning to open a Los Angeles-based office to identify Americans accused of "cheating" their way to citizenship.