Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

  1. #1
    Banned
    Join Date
    Dec 1969
    Location
    NJ
    Posts
    12,888

    $$ COST of ILLEGALS to U.S.

    Center for Immigration Studieshttp://www.cis.org/topics/costs.html

    Costs
    Click here for publications on this topic

    The National Research Council has estimated that the net fiscal cost of immigration ranges from $11 billion to $22 billion per year, with most government expenditures on immigrants coming from state and local coffers, while most taxes paid by immigrants go to the federal treasury. The net deficit is caused by a low level of tax payments by immigrants, because they are disproportionately low-skilled and thus earn low wages, and a higher rate of consumption of government services, both because of their relative poverty and their higher fertility.

    This is especially true of illegal immigration. Even though illegal aliens make little use of welfare, from which they are generally barred, the costs of illegal immigration in terms of government expenditures for education, criminal justice, and emergency medical care are significant. California has estimated that the net cost to the state of providing government services to illegal immigrants approached $3 billion during a single fiscal year. The fact that states must bear the cost of federal failure turns illegal immigration, in effect, into one of the largest unfunded federal mandates.

    Publications:

    United States Technological Superiority and the Losses From Migration
    by Donald R. Davis and David E. Weinstein
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder. February 2005

    Social Security 'Totalization': Examining a Lopsided Agreement with Mexico
    by Marti Dinerstein

    Center Paper 23: The High Cost of Cheap Labor: Illegal Immigration and the Federal Budget
    by Steven A. Camarota, August 2004

    Immigration in a Time of Recession: An Examination of Trends Since 2000
    by Steven A. Camarota
    November 2003
    .pdf version

    Back Where We Started: An Examination of Trends in Immigrant Welfare Use Since Welfare Reform
    by Steven A. Camarota
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, March 2003
    pdf version
    Panel Discussion Transcript

    The Impact of Welfare Reform on Immigrant Welfare Use
    by George Borjas
    Center for Immigration Studies, March 2002
    pdf version
    Panel Discussion Transcript

    Stamp Act: Immigrants Si, Immigration No
    by Mark Krikorian
    National Review Online, January 15, 2002

    Public Charge Doctrine: A Fundamental Principle of American Immigration Policy
    by James R. Edwards, Jr.
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, May 2001
    pdf version

    Distorted Incentives: The United States Pays the University of California Twice as Much to Educate Foreign Graduate Students as American Ones
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, February 2000
    pdf version

    The Impact of New Americans: A Review and Analysis of the National Research Council's The New Americans: Economic, Demographic, and Fiscal Effects of Immigration
    by Steven A. Camarota and Leon Bouvier
    Center for Immigration Studies Report, December 1999

    Immigration and California Communities
    by William A.V. Clark, UCLA
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, February 1999

    Measuring the Fallout: The Cost of the IRCA Amnesty After 10 Years
    by David Simcox
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, May 1997

    Immigration and Welfare: The Devil Is in the Details
    by Mark Krikorian
    p. 13 in Immigration Review no. 28, Spring 1997

    The Costs of Immigration: Assessing a Conflicted Issue
    by David Simcox, John Martin, and Rosemary Jenks
    Center for Immigration Studies Backgrounder, September 1994 (summary only)
    Coverage

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    san francisco
    Posts
    823
    Property theft,vandalism,medical costs for victims of their crimes that are violent including traffic accidents and the costs of premiums that accompany them,veterinary bills,legal fees,and the rising cost of rent since they are willing to pay anything because the use a collective effort of a mob to pay the rent.These things which are all very real are overlooked by the 'experts'.

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

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