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Underscoring the Importance of Immigrants Becoming Lawfully Eligible for Social Security

The topic of immigration is very much in the news these days, generating an extensive amount of commentary on the impact of unlawful immigration on the fate of Social Security. Several weeks ago, in a post on this website, we offered this summary note from a respected source: “A comment from the Council for Retirement Security, reporting on an extensive Pew Research Center study, succinctly puts it this way: “Undocumented immigrants are only eligible for a small number of benefits—Social Security is not one of them.” Today, a post on The Gleaner by Dahlia A. Walker-Huntington, Esq., a Jamaican-American attorney who practices immigration law in the United States, offers further clarification on the issue. It’s worth a quick read, so check it out here…

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