The Impact of Illegal Immigrant Amnesty on Social Security and Medicare
The House Judiciary Committee today will be taking up the issue of amnesty for illegal immigrants, a population that includes “essential workers,” holders of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) status, and so-called “dreamers” who arrived at the age of 18 or younger. Jason Richwine, a resident scholar at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, assesses the long-term impact of the amnesty decisions on Social Security and Medicare in an article posted this morning on the CIS website. Check it out here..
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