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57 percent of illegal Mexican immigrants are on welfare

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LOS ANGELES In January 2013, [an estimate 12 to 20 million] illegal alien migrants live, work and play in America in violation of US immigration laws. Their children attend American schools, receive free medical care, transportation and food stamps.

Those [illegal] immigrants displace America’s working poor from jobs. The US Congress, meanwhile, refuses to enforce work laws internally [according to the Federation for American Immigration Reform].

At the same time, millions of illegal alien migrants subsist on US-taxpayer-funded welfare programs. Those illegal migrants feed, house and medicate themselves on taxpayer dollars.


Dr. Steven Camorata at the Center for Immigration Studies exposed a glaring problem: A report by the Center for Immigration Studies reveals some startling figures about welfare and social services use by families headed by illegal immigrants.

“In 2010, 36 percent of immigrant-headed households used at least one major welfare program (primarily food assistance and Medicaid) compared to 23 percent of native households,” summarizes the document which was published by the Center for Immigration Studies and examines a wide variety of topics relating to immigration.

“The document breaks down the immigrant (some are legal, most are illegal) families by country of origin ... and gives specific types of welfare and percentages of the families that used it in 2010,” said Camorata.


“On average, fewer than 23 percent of native households use some type of 'welfare,' which is specifically defined in the study. On the other hand, 36 percent of households headed by immigrants (some legal, most illegal) use some type of welfare. Some nationalities use "free" social services more than do others.

“Families headed by immigrants from specific countries or areas of the world range from just over 6 percent for those immigrants from Great Britain to more than 57 percent of those from Mexico (mostly illegal) using some type of welfare.”



In light of this fraud against the American taxpayer, Congress, along with President Obama, expect to pass a total amnesty for over 12 million and as high as 20 million illegal aliens. At that point, they will be able to tap into food stamps, assisted housing, medical care, education, tutoring, ESL [English-language program] and many other aspects provided by the American taxpayer.

“This comprehensive study suggests there are more than 40 million immigrants in the United States ... of which more than a 25 percent of that number and the largest overall group, originate from Mexico,” said Camorata.


“While other independent experts tell us we now host more than 50 million "immigrants" [not legal US citizens, of which the vast majority are illegal] ... this study estimates that approximately 28 percent of immigrants are within the United States illegally. This study also suggests [according to] conservative estimates that nearly 50 percent of those immigrants originating from Mexico and Central America are here illegally.

This report is very comprehensive ... and examines various statistics of immigrants currently residing in the United States. Overall, state and federal aid use by immigrant families is much higher than that used by families headed by citizens of the United States.


“Many states suffer more than others,” said Camorata. “California, Texas, Illinois, and Florida
taxpayers bear a huge burden. The large population of immigrants, both legal and illegal, in eastern Washington, including Spokane, affects the state's budget dramatically.

“Meanwhile,the approaching fiscal cliff is forcing congress and the current administration to contemplate huge cuts to services. Welfare use by immigrants, both illegally and legally, within the United States, should be thoroughly examined and considered in making those cuts.”


Amnesty and the US labor market

Evangelical Christians prepare for major push on immigration /news/2013/01/evangelical-christians-prepare-for-major-push-on-immigration/ 

Obama: Mexicans were here ‘long before America was even an idea' 

Jews Sponsored Anti-White Immigration Act of 1965 /news/2012/11/jews-sponsored-anti-white-immigration-act-of-1965/


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