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The Trump administration’s new policy to ensure immigrants are financially self-sufficient could prompt tens of thousands of non-citizens in Michigan to curb their use of public benefits, even though most legal immigrants are not subject to the new rule, experts said.

The nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute estimates that 10.3 million non-citizens, including 116,000 in Michigan, are part of families receiving public benefits and could potentially be affected by the new rule.

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