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Commenters also indicated that DHS’s own conclusory assumption that receipt of this level of funding represents a lack of self-sufficiency was rebutted by the ample research baltimore ravens super bowl champions ugly christmas sweater showing that immigrants pay more into the United States healthcare system than they take out and that most immigrants pay taxes. This commenter also indicated that DHS provided little to no guidance as to how DHS officials would go about predicting a person’s future likelihood of receiving the requisite amount of benefits and that the use of a specific dollar benchmark belies the Department’s assurances that it will not consider prior receipt of benefits to be the dispositive factor in public charge determinations. Another commenter indicated that DHS does not provide an explanation as to
why the quantifiable amount of dependency was set at 15 percent rather than 50 percent, which would reflect primary dependency, or even 30 or 40 percent. Citing to United States v. Dierckman, 201 F.3d 915, 926 (7th Cir. 2000) and Allied-Signal, Inc. v. Nuclear Reg. Comm’n, 988 F.2d 146, 152 (D.C. Cir. 1993), the commenters indicated that DHS failed to provide the essential facts upon which the administrative decision is based. The commenter also stated that DHS’s attempt to justify its public charge definition with existing case law that, according to DHS, failed to stipulate quantifying levels of public support required, may have explained DHS’s proposal to quantify the amount, but failed to explain why that quantifiable amount should be 15 percent of FPG, and not a higher percentage like 30 or 40 percent, or another amount that is less than 51 percent. Given that the statute and case law do not prescribe the type or extent of public benefit