What will amnesty to illegal aliens/guest workers cost the american tax payers in additional tax expenditures?

What will amnesty to illegal aliens/guest workers cost the american tax payers in additional tax expenditures?

I mean like when they go to the hospital to have babies that are auto citizens aka anchor babies, or they just get ill and go to the emergency room and run up a bill for $10,000 that their low salaries and no insurance status cannot pay for? do we have to pay for bilangual education, for instance? etc...


"good reasons for supporting immigration reform.1) The current system actually contributes to illegal immigration. Most Americans don’t realize that it takes years for a person with a green card to bring a spouse to the U.S. As a result, some separated spouses obviate the law by entering the U.S. illegally or by overstaying. Similarly, it takes years for a U.S. employer sponsoring a foreign professional or skilled worker to bring that person in “the right way.” Instead, faced with the pressing demands of ripening fruit, unkempt hotels or uncut grass, employers hire the undocumented. Reform is needed to align supply with demand.2) Legalizing the undocumented will help to reduce the deficit. Everyone complains that the undocumented don’t pay taxes. In fact, they contribute to government revenues in many ways, including sales, gas and “sin” taxes- lottery tickets- fees for licenses and applications- rent, which is used to pay real estate taxes. And they commonly have Social Security and Medicaid contributions withheld, often under mismatched Social Security numbers. (This means that they put into that system, but don’t take out — to the tune of $7 billion per year.) Allowing the undocumented into the system would yield substantial increases to federal, state and local coffers in income taxes and FICA contributions.3) Immigrants, whether legal or undocumented, bring new life to old cities. These new immigrants are often thrifty and hard-working, and move quickly from renting to homeownership. Soon, their neighborhoods see small shops, groceries and restaurants open, catering to the tastes of the community. While the sights, sounds and spices of these changing neighborhoods might roil some of the earlier settlers, without these new groups, many city neighborhoods would be left lifeless and impoverished.4) Immigration restriction has a high social cost for “blended” families. There are an estimated 12 million undocumented in this country. Many of them have U.S. citizen spouses and children. Deporting them or creating conditions that make their existence here untenable hurts those citizen family members and drives them toward dependency. With a wage earner in the household, these families have a better chance at economic stability and upward mobility. Without a wage earner, the children are faced with the negative challenges of single-parent households, lower income, more reliance on government support and higher likelihood of falling prey to drugs, gangs, teen pregnancy and dropping out.5) Economics favor legalizing the undocumented. No one thinks it is possible to deport the undocumented. Estimated costs of removal exceed $200 billion. In these days of record deficits, no one in Washington thinks this is a good idea. As for self-deportation, i.e. increasing pressure through restriction, this is self-defeating. Just ask the people of Hazleton, Pa., or other cities that decided to drive out illegals with tough laws.In short, the vast majority of the undocumented are here to stay. In contrast, while no one would argue that the undocumented do not impose costs in such areas as law enforcement, medical care and education, on balance, the economic impact would be substantial and favorable, by some estimates adding $1.5 trillion to the GDP over the next decade.These are just some of the reasons to get behind comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citizenship. "http://www.nj.com/times-opinion/index.ss…Read more, it's easy.


You don't seem to understand that this isn't just blanket amnesty.You need to have been here, speak English, not have a criminal record, and illegals don't qualify for welfare, so they haven't been getting it, which means they have means to support themselves.Hospitals bill patients and they pay it out.And that doesn't just happen to illegals, its American citizens too who face that.There would be no need for anchor babies, which are American citizens, but that doesn't mean the parents are, and they can and are separated from the children.


More money than you can imagine! Anyways i heard that the Border jumpers are forming their own union. I.B.I.A (international brotherhood of illegal aliens) to start under bidding all americans and take our jobs.


Millions more on the welfare rolls.



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