Under Trump’s proposal, those families faced the choice of either kicking out the undocumented family member to keep the home, or keep the family together and lose housing. Immigrant rights groups advocated against this policy, arguing it would lead to mass homelessness. Around the same time as Biden rolled back the policy, New York joined several states which have expanded their budgets and social safety nets to include the undocumented.

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New immigration policy is opening doors for mixed-status families.