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Illegal Aliens: Extent of Welfare Benefits Received on Behalf of U.S. Citizen Children
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Mark V. Nadel (au)
Public concern about illegal immigraiton has often focused on the costs associated with illegal aliensäó» use of public benefits and the extent to which these benefits serve as an incentive for immigration. In 1996, the Congress took steps to address these concerns through welfare and immigration reform legislation, which further restricted the limited access of illegal aliens to federal public benefits and limited their access to state and local public benefits. It also required states and selected federal agencies to report information to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) on individuals unlawfully in the U.S. This 1997 report examines the extent to which public benefits are provided to illegal aliens for the use of eligibile individuals. This is most likely to occur when an illegal alien parent not eligible for aid receives benefits on behalf of his or her U.S. citizen child. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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