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Unauthorized Aliensäó» Access to Federal Benefits: Policy and Issues
Ruth Ellen Wasem (au)
Federal law bars aliens residing without authorization in the U.S. from most federal benefits; however, there is a widely held perception that many unauthorized aliens obtain such benefits. The degree to which unauthorized resident aliens should be accorded certain rights and privileges as a result of their residence in the U.S., along with the duties owed by such aliens given their presence, remains the subject of debate in Congress. This report focuses on the policy and legislative debate surrounding unauthorized aliensäó» access to federal benefits. Contents: Introduction; Unauthorized Population in the U.S.; Benefit Eligibility Rules; Determining Statues and Eligibility; Selected Issues: Treatment of Mixed Status Families; Expansion of Documentary Requirements; Scope of äóģFederal Public Benefitsäó¯ Clause for Tax Refunds; Competing Priorities for Emergency Relief; Re-emergence of PRUCOL with äóģQuasi-legaläó¯ Migrants; Refinement or Revisions of the Rules. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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