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Amy Peck Comments on Implications of President Trump’s Proclamation Restricting Entry for Immigrants without Health Coverage

  • October 31, 2019
  • From Law360

Amy Peck comments on the legal implications of President Trump’s proclamation requiring Green Card holders to prove they can afford health insurance in “Vague Insurance Test May Spur Erratic Green Card Decisions,” published by Law360.

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