The Supreme Courtroom on Monday agreed to overview the legality of a controversial Trump administration immigration rule that makes it tougher for immigrants who legally use or could use authorities advantages to acquire inexperienced playing cards. The rule, introduced in August 2019, alters present immigration legislation and expands what elements are used to find out if an immigrant is or shall be a "public cost," or somebody who depends on the federal government for help. Below the rule, authorized immigrants who’ve used Medicaid, meals stamps or housing help could have that closely counted in opposition to them when making use of for a inexperienced card.The rule additionally makes it simpler for the federal government to disclaim inexperienced playing cards to immigrants it determines are "possible" to make use of public advantages sooner or later, giving the federal government broad authority to disclaim immigrants visas on the premise of wealth, training, English-language ability and different elements.President Joe Biden has ordered a overview of the rule and is essentially anticipated to cast off it, which might possible render the lawsuit moot. The "public cost" rule has been panned by advocates and is commonly described as a wealth check. It confronted swift authorized challenges, and the Supreme Courtroom final yr dominated that it might be carried out as these challenges had been heard in court docket.