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Community Council of Greater Dallas convenes organizations around thought-provoking issues that plague our city. What would happen if we stopped working in silos? Check out the video!
Community Council will host a VIP reception for awardees and sponsors directly before the luncheon in the adjoining room.
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Our mission is to clear a path for low to moderate income adults living in Dallas, Collin, and contiguous to jobs paying a family living wage with benefits and a career path, while providing local employers with a highly skilled workforce ready to work. To learn more about our program and services, click HERE.
Changes proposed under the Department of Homeland Security rule allow immigration officials to deny lawful permanent resident status (green cards) to applicants based on an expanded definition of whether they are deemed likely to become a “public charge.” Under current federal rules, a “public charge” determination is limited strictly to an applicant’s personal use of cash assistance (TANF or SSI) or the need for permanent government-funded institutional care. The proposed rule targets low-income individuals by expanding the definition of “public charge” to include the use of any of these programs:
The administration is required by law to review public comments on the proposed regulation. Join the campaign to send 100,000 public comments to oppose the rule.