Members banned from this thread: katzgar


Page 4 of 6 FirstFirst 123456 LastLast
Results 46 to 60 of 78

Thread: “It’s Time to Start Requiring Vaccinations”

  1. #46 | Top
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    31,605
    Thanks
    10,250
    Thanked 6,081 Times in 5,360 Posts
    Groans
    11
    Groaned 377 Times in 367 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by no worries View Post
    That isn't the claim by wolverine.

    Your claim.

    Most people had no issues, with schools dictating shots before entering school.

    Service people had no issues dictating shots before entering the military.

    People resisted seatbelt requirements in vehicles for years with the argument, "freedom" now it's normal.

    Ronald Reagan rescinded NHTSA rule requiring passive restraints, insurance companies took it to the supreme court and won.
    The Supreme Court has not authority to require seatbelts. They have no authority to write law.
    "Propaganda can also be factual." --Flash
    "Even after being vaccinated, you shed virus particles." --Jerome

    Everything else debunked here

  2. #47 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    8,458
    Thanks
    1,823
    Thanked 1,376 Times in 1,170 Posts
    Groans
    5
    Groaned 62 Times in 62 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordberg View Post
    . Immigrants are not qualified for any government services. That is the way you rightys like it. Can you give us laws that allow that? You must know he has that power.
    well big guy your wrong immigrants aka illegals are eligible for some services.


    Undocumented immigrants may be eligible for a handful of benefits that are deemed necessary to protect life or guarantee safety in dire situations, such as emergency Medicaid, access to treatment in hospital emergency rooms, or access to healthcare and nutrition programs under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).


    also Welfare reform changed immigrant eligibility for federal public benefits

    The federal government has five major means-tested public benefits programs:

    Medicaid provides free or low-cost medical coverage to low-income families that meet economic and other eligibility requirements.2
    Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides free or low-cost medical coverage to children in low-income families that exceed Medicaid income requirements.3
    Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a program for low-income families with children, which offers cash assistance as well as other services such as vocational training and job placement for unemployed parents. TANF replaced the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program in 1996.4
    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), previously called the Food Stamp program,5 provides low-income individuals and families with assistance to purchase food.
    Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that supports low-income seniors and people who are blind or have disabilities.6

    These programs are provided in all states except Arizona, where CHIP was recently terminated.7 SNAP and SSI are fully funded by the federal government, while Medicaid, CHIP, and TANF require states to furnish a portion of the funding.

    The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, the welfare reform law, limited access to federal public benefits programs for legal immigrants. It left states with crucial roles in shaping the benefits delivery system, giving them the authority to establish—for certain legal immigrants—state-funded programs to replace federal benefits, and to set requirements for TANF and Medicaid eligibility for other specified immigrants.8
    Welfare reform created two categories of immigrants:

    “Qualified” immigrants include lawful permanent residents (green card holders), humanitarian immigrants (such as refugees and those granted asylum), and several other categories of legal immigrants.9
    Noncitizens who do not meet these criteria are considered “not qualified” immigrants. They include some temporary workers, students and tourists, people granted temporary protected status, and unauthorized immigrants.10

    In addition to creating two categories, welfare reform instituted a five-year waiting period, meaning most qualified immigrants will be eligible to apply for means-tested benefits only after they have been in the United States for five or more years as a “qualified” immigrant. Humanitarian immigrants and veterans or members of the military are exempt from this waiting period. All qualified immigrants, just like U.S. citizens, are subject to other eligibility requirements for federal programs, such as income level, family composition, and work history, depending on the program. Unauthorized immigrants have historically been ineligible for most federal public benefits programs.
    Immigrants and Heath Care Reform

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA), enacted in 2010, made many changes to the U.S. health care system. The law requires most individuals to have health insurance or face tax penalties. It created health insurance exchanges where individuals and families can purchase health insurance policies, and it provides subsidies to certain individuals and families to purchase insurance. The ACA also expanded eligibility for the Medicaid program. However, the immigration-related eligibility requirements for Medicaid did not change.

    “Lawfully present” immigrants—a category that includes “qualified” immigrants as well as certain other immigrants who have permission to live in the U.S.11—are subject to the mandate to have health insurance or pay a penalty. They may purchase insurance on exchanges—the online marketplaces for health insurance—and may qualify for tax credits or cost-sharing subsidies.12 Unauthorized immigrants are not subject to the mandate, cannot purchase insurance on the exchanges, and do not qualify for related tax credits or subsidies.

    States cannot exempt lawfully present immigrants from the mandate or the tax penalties, change the eligibility requirements for tax credits or subsidies, or deny them the ability to purchase insurance on the exchange. States may be able to create their own supplemental state exchanges where unauthorized immigrants can purchase health insurance, separate and apart from the system governed by the ACA.13
    New roles for the states: Programs funded only by states

    Welfare reform, while defining which immigrants qualified for means-tested benefits and when, also allowed states to establish their own programs, using their own funds, to expand benefits more broadly.14 Many states created new programs to extend coverage to immigrants ineligible for federal public benefits. Such programs included those for qualified legal immigrants during the five-year waiting period. Other states created programs they funded themselves or expanded existing programs to include immigrants ineligible for federal aid.15 Unlike the five major federal benefits programs that are either fully or partially funded by the federal government, these state specific programs are funded only by state dollars with eligibility determined by each individual state.
    New federal-state options

    After enactment of the welfare reform law in 1996, the federal government continued to modify the eligibility requirements for certain programs. For example, the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act extended SNAP eligibility in 2002 to qualified immigrant children without a waiting period.16 In 2002 and 2009, states also were granted options for expanding health coverage to certain immigrants using Medicaid and CHIP, which are jointly funded by states and the federal government. These include two major federal-state health care options:

    The Unborn Child Option (sometimes referred to as the “Fetus” Option) was added to CHIP in 2002 when regulations were modified to include fetuses under the definition of children. This change effectively allowed states to use federal CHIP funding to provide prenatal care to pregnant women, regardless of their status.17
    The CHIPRA Option was added in 2009 as an amendment to the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) to allow states to provide medical coverage through Medicaid and CHIP to lawfully present18 pregnant women and children, without a waiting period.19 As part of the CHIPRA Option, the federal government offered states an enhanced federal match rate for all children under age 19.20

    Most states provide supplemental benefits to immigrants

    Forty states and the District of Columbia either supplement federal benefits programs with programs funded only by the states, or take the Unborn Child or CHIPRA options that expand the federal programs with state and federal matching funds. Twenty states and the District have created or expanded state-only funded programs and taken at least one of the options. Only 10 states have neither provided their own programs for immigrants nor taken up one of the federal-state options to expand eligibility. The appendix provides additional information regarding which states have created state-only funded programs and taken federal-state options for immigrants.

    State-funded programs vary considerably in regard to their eligibility requirements, which immigrants they serve, and what benefits immigrants can receive. For example, some states may extend state-funded benefits to all immigrants ineligible for federal assistance, while others make them available to smaller, specific groups of immigrants.

    States that elect to take the federal Unborn Child and CHIPRA options also vary in terms of which immigrants are eligible for these benefits. Figure 1 shows which states provide some sort of supplemental benefits by either taking the federal Unborn Child21 or CHIPRA22 options or providing benefits with state funding to some immigrants ineligible for the major federal programs.
    The Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements Program

    State and local benefit-granting agencies can - and in some cases must - verify an immigrant’s status and eligibility for public benefits with the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program.23 SAVE is an online system operated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to verify that immigration information and documentation presented when applying for benefits match federal immigration records.

    Government agencies submit information electronically to the SAVE system, which either confirms the applicant’s immigration status or asks for more details before making a final determination. SAVE does not indicate whether the individual is eligible for a benefit. It simply verifies that the immigration status matches the documentation presented to the benefit-granting agency. The agency then makes the final determination as to whether the immigrant meets all eligibility criteria for the benefit sought.

    Federal, state, and local government agencies may use SAVE if the agency “provides a public benefit or license, or is otherwise allowed by law to engage in an activity where the verification of immigration status is appropriate.” Government agencies must apply to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to employ SAVE and must sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the agency.24 Private companies and individuals cannot use SAVE. Government agencies must pay a transaction fee; the initial amount is 50 cents per electronic query or $2 if a paper form is submitted.25
    Benefits for Immigrants Vary Greatly From State to State
    State-only funded programs for immigrants

    Twenty-six states and the District supplement federal benefits programs with state-only funded programs for immigrants, as indicated by blue and cross-hatching in Figure 1.26 The remaining 24 states do not supplement federal benefits programs with state-only funded programs (indicated by green and gray in Figure 1). Of the jurisdictions with such programs, TANF replacement programs that provide help to low-income families are the most widely available; 23 states offer that benefit.27 Ten states and the District offer some kind of health benefits, the next largest category. (See Figure 2.)28 The various combinations of state-only funded assistance for families, health coverage, food assistance, and assistance for seniors and persons with disabilities29 offered in 26 states and the District are shown in Figure 3.

    Examples of state-funded assistance for families and food assistance programs are detailed below:

    New York’s Safety Net Assistance program provides cash assistance to qualified immigrants who are experiencing financial hardship but are ineligible for TANF because of the five-year bar, as well as other lawfully present immigrants.30 For example, during temporary periods of unemployment, the program provides cash assistance to families for up to two years. Beyond that time, noncash benefits, such as vouchers or two-party checks, are available.31
    California’s CalFresh Food Assistance Program provides nutrition assistance equivalent to SNAP to qualified immigrants and those who are survivors of certain crimes.32
    Under California’s Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants, low-income seniors and people with disabilities who are either qualified immigrants or meet certain other requirements may be eligible to receive assistance without a waiting period.33

    State-only funded programs for health coverage vary a great deal in terms of eligibility and types of services provided. Alaska’s supplemental health coverage is limited to individuals with specific conditions such as cancer and seizure disorders, while health coverage for immigrants in Massachusetts, on the other hand, extends to all children regardless of immigration status.34 Other state-funded health programs include the following.

    Illinois’ All Kids program offers reduced-cost health insurance coverage to children in low-income families regardless of immigration status or preexisting health conditions. Currently more than 1.6 million children are enrolled in the program, which covers doctor’s visits, prescription drugs, and hospital stays, as well as dental and vision care. Premiums in the All Kids program depend on a family’s income; some families qualify for free coverage.35
    MinnesotaCare provides state-only funded medical insurance for adults to replace benefits lost as a result of the 1996 welfare reform law. Qualified immigrants who are not yet eligible for federal Medicaid because of the five-year waiting period and other lawfully present immigrants are eligible for coverage.36 Premiums are based on a sliding scale, taking into account family size and income. Some individuals are exempt from premiums, including children under age 21, some military families, and families in which at least one member is American Indian.37

    Number of States Offering State-only Funded Programs for Immigrants as of May 2014
    CHIP and CHIPRA federal-state options for immigrants
    Mapping Public Benefits for Immigrants in the States

    Figure 3

    26 States and DC Provide State-only Funded Programs for Certain Immigrants as of May 2014 (PDF)

    Thirty-four states and the District have elected to take one or both of the Unborn Child or CHIPRA options. Health coverage can be offered through the CHIP program’s Unborn Child Option or the CHIPRA Option for lawfully present pregnant women and children. Ten states have taken both options, five participate in only the Unborn Child Option,38 and 19 states and the District participate in only the CHIPRA Option. (See Figure 4.)39

    States that have chosen these options can also implement the programs in different ways. Under the CHIPRA Option, states can decide whether to cover pregnant women, children, or both, and can also select whether to fund this coverage through Medicaid or both Medicaid and CHIP. For example, the CHIPRA Option in Massachusetts uses CHIP funds to cover children, and it draws on Medicaid to cover both pregnant women and children. The CHIPRA Option in Colorado, on the other hand, uses only Medicaid funds to cover pregnant women.40
    34 States and DC Use Federal-State Options to Provide Care to Women and Children as of May 2014
    Conclusion

    The delivery structure of public benefits programs is not only complicated at the federal level, but many states have also chosen to expand access to federal benefits or to provide state-only funded benefits to some immigrants ineligible for federal assistance. This web of programs with varying eligibility rules illustrates the overlapping roles of the federal government and the states in providing services for the nation’s immigrants. Although the federal government maintains authority over admitting immigrants into the country and their eligibility for federal benefits programs, states have choices in making certain benefits available to their immigrant residents. The conversation about immigrant eligibility for a wide range of federal, state, and local public benefits is likely to continue across the United States. Policymakers need to be aware of the complexities in the parts each level of government can play in designing programs for immigrants and take these into consideration when making decisions about public benefits.




    illegals get lots of training before they get to the boarder on what lies to tell and how to get benifits papers etc. There are groups from america that give advice and the drug cartels

  3. #48 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Posts
    29,623
    Thanks
    1
    Thanked 14,090 Times in 8,973 Posts
    Groans
    0
    Groaned 2,436 Times in 2,266 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Into the Night View Post
    Unconstitutional.
    Wrong

  4. #49 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Posts
    29,623
    Thanks
    1
    Thanked 14,090 Times in 8,973 Posts
    Groans
    0
    Groaned 2,436 Times in 2,266 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    I'm surprised you've waited this long.......I expected you to start shooting the unvaccinated months ago......
    Nah, we just want them to stay home, make vaccinations required everywhere and when they miss their buffet at the Golden Coral them they’ll get the message

  5. #50 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Posts
    29,623
    Thanks
    1
    Thanked 14,090 Times in 8,973 Posts
    Groans
    0
    Groaned 2,436 Times in 2,266 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    democrats wanting to use nazi communist policys not surprised.
    That is like saying make it illegal to drink and drive is “communist policy”

    Next

  6. #51 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Posts
    29,623
    Thanks
    1
    Thanked 14,090 Times in 8,973 Posts
    Groans
    0
    Groaned 2,436 Times in 2,266 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Primavera View Post
    Will be insisting that blacks and Hispanics, including all illegals, be vaccinated?
    The variables are vaccinated and unvaccinated, regardless

  7. The Following User Says Thank You to archives For This Post:

    Into the Night (07-29-2021)

  8. #52 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Posts
    29,623
    Thanks
    1
    Thanked 14,090 Times in 8,973 Posts
    Groans
    0
    Groaned 2,436 Times in 2,266 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by ExpressLane View Post
    If you have been vaccinated why are you staying home?
    Not, point being it is time to make it difficult if not near impossible for those unvaccinated to go anywhere, “vaccinated only” entry policies by Gov’t and private entities would pretty much leave the unvaccinated at home

  9. #53 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    7,261
    Thanks
    1,458
    Thanked 3,228 Times in 2,110 Posts
    Groans
    248
    Groaned 377 Times in 364 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Into the Night View Post
    Biden is neglecting his duties. He is REQUIRED to secure the border.
    the US, by law and by international law, has to allow those seeking asylum a chance to be heard. asshole.

    8 U.S. Code § 1158 - Asylum | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal ...https://www.law.cornell.edu › ... › Part I
    An application for asylum of an alien may be considered, notwithstanding subparagraphs (B) and (C), if the alien demonstrates to the satisfaction of the ...


    People - Seeking Asylum - Constitutional Rights Foundationhttps://www.crf-usa.org › bill-of-rights-in-action › bria-...
    Under current U.S. law, those who manage to reach American soil and claim ... has little choice but to give each alien a work permit and a hearing date.

  10. #54 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    7,261
    Thanks
    1,458
    Thanked 3,228 Times in 2,110 Posts
    Groans
    248
    Groaned 377 Times in 364 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye10 View Post
    The Revolution demands open borders.
    i thought you said you were not a liar, liar.

  11. #55 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    7,261
    Thanks
    1,458
    Thanked 3,228 Times in 2,110 Posts
    Groans
    248
    Groaned 377 Times in 364 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    well big guy your wrong immigrants aka illegals are eligible for some services.


    Undocumented immigrants may be eligible for a handful of benefits that are deemed necessary to protect life or guarantee safety in dire situations, such as emergency Medicaid, access to treatment in hospital emergency rooms, or access to healthcare and nutrition programs under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).(so you are saying you are against providing emergency health care to someone just because they are here illegally? are you really this big of a piece of shit waste of human skin? fuck you)


    also Welfare reform changed immigrant eligibility for federal public benefits

    The federal government has five major means-tested public benefits programs:

    Medicaid provides free or low-cost medical coverage to low-income families that meet economic and other eligibility requirements.2
    Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides free or low-cost medical coverage to children in low-income families that exceed Medicaid income requirements.3
    Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a program for low-income families with children, which offers cash assistance as well as other services such as vocational training and job placement for unemployed parents. TANF replaced the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program in 1996.4
    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), previously called the Food Stamp program,5 provides low-income individuals and families with assistance to purchase food.
    Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that supports low-income seniors and people who are blind or have disabilities.6

    These programs are provided in all states except Arizona, where CHIP was recently terminated.7 SNAP and SSI are fully funded by the federal government, while Medicaid, CHIP, and TANF require states to furnish a portion of the funding.

    The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, the welfare reform law, limited access to federal public benefits programs for legal immigrants. It left states with crucial roles in shaping the benefits delivery system, giving them the authority to establish—for certain legal immigrants—state-funded programs to replace federal benefits, and to set requirements for TANF and Medicaid eligibility for other specified immigrants.8
    Welfare reform created two categories of immigrants:

    “Qualified” immigrants include lawful permanent residents (green card holders), humanitarian immigrants (such as refugees and those granted asylum), and several other categories of legal immigrants.9
    Noncitizens who do not meet these criteria are considered “not qualified” immigrants. They include some temporary workers, students and tourists, people granted temporary protected status, and unauthorized immigrants.10

    In addition to creating two categories, welfare reform instituted a five-year waiting period, meaning most qualified immigrants will be eligible to apply for means-tested benefits only after they have been in the United States for five or more years as a “qualified” immigrant. Humanitarian immigrants and veterans or members of the military are exempt from this waiting period. All qualified immigrants, just like U.S. citizens, are subject to other eligibility requirements for federal programs, such as income level, family composition, and work history, depending on the program. Unauthorized immigrants have historically been ineligible for most federal public benefits programs.
    Immigrants and Heath Care Reform

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA), enacted in 2010, made many changes to the U.S. health care system. The law requires most individuals to have health insurance or face tax penalties. It created health insurance exchanges where individuals and families can purchase health insurance policies, and it provides subsidies to certain individuals and families to purchase insurance. The ACA also expanded eligibility for the Medicaid program. However, the immigration-related eligibility requirements for Medicaid did not change.

    “Lawfully present”
    immigrants—a category that includes “qualified” immigrants as well as certain other immigrants who have permission to live in the U.S.11—are subject to the mandate to have health insurance or pay a penalty. They may purchase insurance on exchanges—the online marketplaces for health insurance—and may qualify for tax credits or cost-sharing subsidies.12 Unauthorized immigrants are not subject to the mandate, cannot purchase insurance on the exchanges, and do not qualify for related tax credits or subsidies. (lawfully present, is not illegal, stupid fuck)

    States cannot exempt lawfully present immigrants from the mandate or the tax penalties, change the eligibility requirements for tax credits or subsidies, or deny them the ability to purchase insurance on the exchange. States may be able to create their own supplemental state exchanges where unauthorized immigrants can purchase health insurance, separate and apart from the system governed by the ACA.13
    New roles for the states: Programs funded only by states (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    Welfare reform, while defining which immigrants qualified for means-tested benefits and when, also allowed states to establish their own programs, using their own funds, to expand benefits more broadly.14 Many states created new programs to extend coverage to immigrants ineligible for federal public benefits. Such programs included those for qualified legal immigrants during the five-year waiting period. Other states created programs they funded themselves or expanded existing programs to include immigrants ineligible for federal aid.15 Unlike the five major federal benefits programs that are either fully or partially funded by the federal government, these state specific programs are funded only by state dollars with eligibility determined by each individual state.
    New federal-state options

    After enactment of the welfare reform law in 1996, the federal government continued to modify the eligibility requirements for certain programs. For example, the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act extended SNAP eligibility in 2002 to qualified immigrant children without a waiting period.16 In 2002 and 2009, states also were granted options for expanding health coverage to certain immigrants using Medicaid and CHIP, which are jointly funded by states and the federal government. These include two major federal-state health care options:

    The Unborn Child Option (sometimes referred to as the “Fetus” Option) was added to CHIP in 2002 when regulations were modified to include fetuses under the definition of children. This change effectively allowed states to use federal CHIP funding to provide prenatal care to pregnant women, regardless of their status.17
    The CHIPRA Option was added in 2009 as an amendment to the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) to allow states to provide medical coverage through Medicaid and CHIP to lawfully present18 pregnant women and children, without a waiting period.19 As part of the CHIPRA Option, the federal government offered states an enhanced federal match rate for all children under age 19.20

    Most states provide supplemental benefits to immigrants (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    Forty states and the District of Columbia either supplement federal benefits programs with programs funded only by the states, or take the Unborn Child or CHIPRA options that expand the federal programs with state and federal matching funds. Twenty states and the District have created or expanded state-only funded programs and taken at least one of the options. Only 10 states have neither provided their own programs for immigrants nor taken up one of the federal-state options to expand eligibility. The appendix provides additional information regarding which states have created state-only funded programs and taken federal-state options for immigrants.

    State-funded programs vary considerably in regard to their eligibility requirements, which immigrants they serve, and what benefits immigrants can receive. For example, some states may extend state-funded benefits to all immigrants ineligible for federal assistance, while others make them available to smaller, specific groups of immigrants.

    States that elect to take the federal Unborn Child and CHIPRA options also vary in terms of which immigrants are eligible for these benefits. Figure 1 shows which states provide some sort of supplemental benefits by either taking the federal Unborn Child21 or CHIPRA22 options or providing benefits with state funding to some immigrants ineligible for the major federal programs.
    The Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements Program

    State and local benefit-granting agencies can - and in some cases must - verify an immigrant’s status and eligibility for public benefits with the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program.23 SAVE is an online system operated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to verify that immigration information and documentation presented when applying for benefits match federal immigration records.

    Government agencies submit information electronically to the SAVE system, which either confirms the applicant’s immigration status or asks for more details before making a final determination. SAVE does not indicate whether the individual is eligible for a benefit. It simply verifies that the immigration status matches the documentation presented to the benefit-granting agency. The agency then makes the final determination as to whether the immigrant meets all eligibility criteria for the benefit sought.

    Federal, state, and local government agencies may use SAVE if the agency “provides a public benefit or license, or is otherwise allowed by law to engage in an activity where the verification of immigration status is appropriate.” Government agencies must apply to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to employ SAVE and must sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the agency.24 Private companies and individuals cannot use SAVE. Government agencies must pay a transaction fee; the initial amount is 50 cents per electronic query or $2 if a paper form is submitted.25
    Benefits for Immigrants Vary Greatly From State to State
    State-only funded programs for immigrants

    Twenty-six states and the District supplement federal benefits programs with state-only funded programs for immigrants, as indicated by blue and cross-hatching in Figure 1.26 The remaining 24 states do not supplement federal benefits programs with state-only funded programs (indicated by green and gray in Figure 1). Of the jurisdictions with such programs, TANF replacement programs that provide help to low-income families are the most widely available; 23 states offer that benefit.27 Ten states and the District offer some kind of health benefits, the next largest category. (See Figure 2.)28 The various combinations of state-only funded assistance for families, health coverage, food assistance, and assistance for seniors and persons with disabilities29 offered in 26 states and the District are shown in Figure 3. (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    Examples of state-funded assistance for families and food assistance programs are detailed below: (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    New York’s Safety Net Assistance program provides cash assistance to qualified immigrants who are experiencing financial hardship but are ineligible for TANF because of the five-year bar, as well as other lawfully present immigrants.30 For example, during temporary periods of unemployment, the program provides cash assistance to families for up to two years. Beyond that time, noncash benefits, such as vouchers or two-party checks, are available.31
    California’s CalFresh Food Assistance Program provides nutrition assistance equivalent to SNAP to qualified immigrants and those who are survivors of certain crimes.32
    Under California’s Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants, low-income seniors and people with disabilities who are either qualified immigrants or meet certain other requirements may be eligible to receive assistance without a waiting period.33

    State-only funded programs for health coverage vary a great deal in terms of eligibility and types of services provided. Alaska’s supplemental health coverage is limited to individuals with specific conditions such as cancer and seizure disorders, while health coverage for immigrants in Massachusetts, on the other hand, extends to all children regardless of immigration status.34 Other state-funded health programs include the following. (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    Illinois’ All Kids program offers reduced-cost health insurance coverage to children in low-income families regardless of immigration status or preexisting health conditions. Currently more than 1.6 million children are enrolled in the program, which covers doctor’s visits, prescription drugs, and hospital stays, as well as dental and vision care. Premiums in the All Kids program depend on a family’s income; some families qualify for free coverage.35
    MinnesotaCare provides state-only funded medical insurance for adults to replace benefits lost as a result of the 1996 welfare reform law. Qualified immigrants who are not yet eligible for federal Medicaid because of the five-year waiting period and other lawfully present immigrants are eligible for coverage.36 Premiums are based on a sliding scale, taking into account family size and income. Some individuals are exempt from premiums, including children under age 21, some military families, and families in which at least one member is American Indian.37

    Number of States Offering State-only Funded Programs for Immigrants as of May 2014 (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)
    CHIP and CHIPRA federal-state options for immigrants
    Mapping Public Benefits for Immigrants in the States

    Figure 3

    26 States and DC Provide State-only Funded Programs for Certain Immigrants as of May 2014 (PDF) (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    Thirty-four states and the District have elected to take one or both of the Unborn Child or CHIPRA options. Health coverage can be offered through the CHIP program’s Unborn Child Option or the CHIPRA Option for lawfully present pregnant women and children. Ten states have taken both options, five participate in only the Unborn Child Option,38 and 19 states and the District participate in only the CHIPRA Option. (See Figure 4.)39 (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)

    States that have chosen these options can also implement the programs in different ways. Under the CHIPRA Option, states can decide whether to cover pregnant women, children, or both, and can also select whether to fund this coverage through Medicaid or both Medicaid and CHIP. For example, the CHIPRA Option in Massachusetts uses CHIP funds to cover children, and it draws on Medicaid to cover both pregnant women and children. The CHIPRA Option in Colorado, on the other hand, uses only Medicaid funds to cover pregnant women.40 (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)
    34 States and DC Use Federal-State Options to Provide Care to Women and Children as of May 2014 (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)
    Conclusion

    The delivery structure of public benefits programs is not only complicated at the federal level, but many states have also chosen to expand access to federal benefits or to provide state-only funded benefits to some immigrants ineligible for federal assistance. This web of programs with varying eligibility rules illustrates the overlapping roles of the federal government and the states in providing services for the nation’s immigrants. Although the federal government maintains authority over admitting immigrants into the country and their eligibility for federal benefits programs, states have choices in making certain benefits available to their immigrant residents. The conversation about immigrant eligibility for a wide range of federal, state, and local public benefits is likely to continue across the United States. Policymakers need to be aware of the complexities in the parts each level of government can play in designing programs for immigrants and take these into consideration when making decisions about public benefits. (has nothing to do with biden or the topic)




    illegals get lots of training before they get to the boarder on what lies to tell and how to get benifits papers etc. There are groups from america that give advice and the drug cartels
    your post is irrelevant. states do what they want, the bitching was about BIDEN AND HIS POLICY.

  12. #56 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    8,458
    Thanks
    1,823
    Thanked 1,376 Times in 1,170 Posts
    Groans
    5
    Groaned 62 Times in 62 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Daddy View Post
    your post is irrelevant. states do what they want, the bitching was about BIDEN AND HIS POLICY.
    just facts illegals do get benefits and you know that's true you just dont like the truth

  13. #57 | Top
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    31,605
    Thanks
    10,250
    Thanked 6,081 Times in 5,360 Posts
    Groans
    11
    Groaned 377 Times in 367 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    Wrong
    Show me where the authority to implement communism exists in the Constitution of the United States.
    "Propaganda can also be factual." --Flash
    "Even after being vaccinated, you shed virus particles." --Jerome

    Everything else debunked here

  14. #58 | Top
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    31,605
    Thanks
    10,250
    Thanked 6,081 Times in 5,360 Posts
    Groans
    11
    Groaned 377 Times in 367 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    Not, point being it is time to make it difficult if not near impossible for those unvaccinated to go anywhere, “vaccinated only” entry policies by Gov’t and private entities would pretty much leave the unvaccinated at home
    Unconstitutional.
    "Propaganda can also be factual." --Flash
    "Even after being vaccinated, you shed virus particles." --Jerome

    Everything else debunked here

  15. #59 | Top
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    31,605
    Thanks
    10,250
    Thanked 6,081 Times in 5,360 Posts
    Groans
    11
    Groaned 377 Times in 367 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Daddy View Post
    the US, by law and by international law, has to allow those seeking asylum a chance to be heard. asshole.

    8 U.S. Code § 1158 - Asylum | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal ...https://www.law.cornell.edu › ... › Part I
    An application for asylum of an alien may be considered, notwithstanding subparagraphs (B) and (C), if the alien demonstrates to the satisfaction of the ...


    People - Seeking Asylum - Constitutional Rights Foundationhttps://www.crf-usa.org › bill-of-rights-in-action › bria-...
    Under current U.S. law, those who manage to reach American soil and claim ... has little choice but to give each alien a work permit and a hearing date.
    They are not seeking asylum. They are illegally crossing the border, dumbass. No one is required to issue a work permit.
    "Propaganda can also be factual." --Flash
    "Even after being vaccinated, you shed virus particles." --Jerome

    Everything else debunked here

  16. #60 | Top
    Join Date
    Nov 2020
    Posts
    7,261
    Thanks
    1,458
    Thanked 3,228 Times in 2,110 Posts
    Groans
    248
    Groaned 377 Times in 364 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Into the Night View Post
    They are not seeking asylum. They are illegally crossing the border, dumbass. No one is required to issue a work permit.
    how do you know what their motivation is, dumbfuck cracker? all they have to do is ask for asylum and they get a hearing. you are a stupid piece of shit. see the difference?

Similar Threads

  1. “It’s time to start blame the unvaccinated folks”
    By Phantasmal in forum Current Events Forum
    Replies: 98
    Last Post: 07-24-2021, 10:48 AM
  2. They are attacking, time to start shooting!!!
    By volsrock in forum Current Events Forum
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 06-02-2020, 05:49 AM
  3. It’s time to start asking these questions
    By Darth Omar in forum Current Events Forum
    Replies: 32
    Last Post: 05-04-2019, 11:10 PM
  4. Time to start shooting
    By volsrock in forum Current Events Forum
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 07-03-2018, 05:10 PM
  5. Replies: 236
    Last Post: 08-21-2017, 01:37 PM

Bookmarks

Posting Rules

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •