CLRC Immigration/International Publication List

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This handout gives a general overview of the process for bringing someone to the United States for medical treatment, as well as immigration resources.

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Shipping Medicine to a Person with Cancer Outside the US (2019)

This publication gives an overview of some of the rules about sending medicine overseas and includes some international shipping resources.

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Will Applying for Government Benefits Impact my Green Card Application? (2019)

The US government considers a number of factors before deciding whether or not to give a green card to someone who has immigrated to the US from another country.  This publication covers what it means to be a “public charge,” and gives an overview of the different types of government benefits that US Citizenship and Immigration Services takes into consideration when reviewing a green card application.


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Immigration Turmoil: How Current Policies Affect People with Cancer (2019)

The United States is a country of immigrants. However, confusion regarding the rights of both legally-present and undocumented immigrants is common. This webinar will provide an overview of some of the most common immigration-related questions people living with cancer face, including bringing someone to the US for cancer treatment, shipping medication abroad, public benefits eligibility/public charge, and health insurance/coverage options for green card holders, visitors to the US, and people who are undocumented. To watch, click here.

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