U.S.-born Children with Immigrant Parents Uninsured at Nearly Twice the Rate of Children with Native-born Parents

U.S.-born Children with Immigrant Parents Uninsured at Nearly Twice the Rate of Children with Native-born Parents “… This report is the first to analyze Census Bureau data documenting recent health insurance changes for U.S.-citizen children with immigrant parents. We find that, while children with and without immigrant parents lost insurance from 2016 to 2018, U.S.-citizen […]

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Immigrants Paid 14.7% of the Medicare Trust Fund and used 7.9% in 2009

Immigrants paid 14.7% of the Medicare Trust Fund and used 7.9% in 2009 “Many immigrants in the United States are working-age taxpayers; few are elderly beneficiaries of Medicare. This demographic profile suggests that immigrants may be disproportionately subsidizing the Medicare Trust Fund, which supports payments to hospitals and institutions under Medicare Part A. For immigrants […]

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Undocumented Immigrants Pay More into Medicare than they Use

Undocumented immigrants Pay More into Medicare than they Use.  “From 2000 to 2011, unauthorized immigrants contributed $2.2 to $3.8 billion more than they withdrew annually (a total surplus of $35.1 billion). Had unauthorized immigrants neither contributed to nor withdrawn from the Trust Fund during those 11 years, it would become insolvent in 2029-1 year earlier […]

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