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The Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security issued a final public charge rule on September 9, 2022 that unequivocally states that applying for or receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid, and housing benefits will not be considered in a public charge determination. Anti-hunger organizations should spread the word on how eligible immigrant families can participate in SNAP and other nutrition programs without public charge concerns.

FRAC serves as the nutrition lead on the steering committee for the Protecting Immigrant Families Campaign (PIF). PIF’s mission is to unite to advance, protect, and defend access to health care, nutrition programs, public services and economic support for immigrants and their families at the local, state and federal level. Join PIF and its hundreds of member organizations to support this work.