Social Security benefits for non-citizens
There is a lot of emotion surrounding this topic, but it is true that certain people who are not U.S. citizens can, in fact, get Social Security benefits.That does not include anyone who is in this country illegally, even if they have worked and paid into the Social Security system. But for those non-citizens who legally reside in the U.S., they may qualify for benefits based upon pretty much the same eligibility rules as U.S. citizens, if they also meet some specific other requirements dealing with the length of their time in the United States. This article by Dan Caplinger clears up the confusion about non-citizens getting Social Security benefits. Click here to read more.
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