I am subsidizing my own family because wages are so low our kids are having a difficult time.
This is what made the US so successful:
Massachusetts in 1700 kept out the infirm and disabled who had no security against becoming public charges (Welfare People). The law required ship captains to post bonds for “lame, impotent, or infirm” passengers who were “incapable of maintaining themselves.” The bond requirement sought to prevent the new arrival from becoming reliant on public relief. Without a bond from the captain, the vessel had to return the person to his home country.
The Law NOW!
Under Section 212(a)(4) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), an individual seeking admission to the United States is inadmissible if the individual, “at the time of application for admission, is likely at ANY time to become a public charge.”
If you want to come here, you must take care of yourself and not depend on others:
Hispanics increase 51 million between 1980 and 2017
That accounts for 1/2 of the population increase while only representing 17% of the population. They need to put a plug in it!
It costs $12,600 to educate a child in the US for 1 year on average.
KP-12 = $163,800
In 2010 there were 6,000,000 Kids of illegal in theUS
6,000,000 X $163,800 = $982,800,000,000. IT’s TWICE as expensive to teach a Special Ed kid
LEGAL Hispanics households have a median income of: $45,000, majority in the 2nd quintile
This means they CONSUME 3-7 TIMES in Programs and Services than they contribute in Taxes.
The Congressional Budget office estimates Household Income/Taxes/BENEFITS in dollars:
(1st) quintile - high $22,800. mean Income, $12,457 received $29,015 in BENEFITS & paid $4,251 in Federal, state and local taxes.
(2nd) quintile - high $48,106. mean income $32,631 household received $24,709 in benefits & paid $9,524 in Federal, state and local taxes.
(3rd) quintile - high $75,651. mean $57,00 still consumes more than it contributes in taxes
No! They do not have the right to come here and demand I subsidize them.