Tag: Immigrants and Health Care

Mission Not Yet Accomplished: The Affordable Care Act and Immigrants

Written by on May 19, 2014 in Administration, Family, Health Care, Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Mission Not Yet Accomplished: The Affordable Care Act and Immigrants

By Jenny Rejeske, Health Policy Analyst at the National Immigration Law Center In the fall, Jirayut Latthivongskorn—known as “New” to friends and family—will make history. He’ll get one step closer to achieving his educational dreams by becoming the first DACAmented student at the renowned University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine. Even as New learns [...]

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Medicare’s Health and Well-Being Depends on Immigrants

Medicare’s Health and Well-Being Depends on Immigrants

Immigrants’ access to affordable health care is one of the most contested issues in the current immigration reform debate. Most advocates of comprehensive immigration reform point to the need to ensure that aspiring citizens have opportunities to access appropriate health care since such access will impact their ability to learn, to work, and to contribute [...]

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