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If passed this measure would give the many residential noncitizen parents, legal guardians, and legally recognized caregivers of children eligible to attend OUSD schools, a voice regarding the school board decisions that currently cause a disconnect between the needs of their children and the quality of education those children receive.




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Second, this study casts a wider net than studies focusing on prosecutions or convictions. It identifies both those who voted improperly by mistake, and those who did so with malicious intent. We asked administrators both the number of incidents of noncitizen voting they referred for prosecution or further investigation, and the number of suspected incidents they encountered but did not refer in 2016. In all but two of 42 possible jurisdictions, the answers to both questions were zero. Some who claim widespread misconduct insist that, because prosecution is hard, there is likely a much wider pool of people who were caught voting improperly, but who simply were not prosecuted. This study finds that both the number of people referred for prosecution and the number of people merely suspected of improper voting are very small.


If your citizenship status has changed from an eligible noncitizen to a U.S. citizen, you should contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) to update your citizenship status. If you do not update your citizenship status with the SSA, it could delay processing your student financial aid. To contact the SSA call 1-800-772-1213 or visit the Social Security Administration's Web site at


For a full list of noncitizen categories, please see the link to the Overview of Noncitizen Groups below. If you have specific questions about how citizenship status impacts members and applicants, we recommend speaking to an immigration expert.


Pregnant people in any noncitizen group may be eligible for full MassHealth benefits while they are pregnant and for 12 months postpartum, if they are otherwise eligible and meet financial guidelines.


Why this is needed: The Department of Homeland Security was unable to confirm your eligible noncitizen status. ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services needs proof of your status to continue reviewing your financial aid file.


Without additional policy changes that target their needs, Hispanic families with noncitizens will continue experiencing food insecurity and other serious economic hardships during the pandemic. Investments that help those struggling now are critical to helping both noncitizen families, their children, and their communities recover quickly from this economic crisis.


On July 2, 2021, DHS and VA announced the IMMVI initiative to support noncitizen servicemembers, veterans, and their families. The initiative involves a robust interagency coordination effort in addition to creating a resource center to assist service members and their immediate family with issues related to immigration; working to remove barriers to naturalization for eligible individuals; and reviewing removal policies and practices to avoid future unjust removals of current and former service members and immediate family of service members.


The new one-stop resource center will consolidate resources from DHS, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Defense (DoD), and other agencies so noncitizen service members, veterans, and their families are able to easily find any needed forms and resources.


Despite new state laws legalizing cannabis for recreational use, archaic U.S. drug laws still classify marijuana as federally illegal. Because immigration is governed by federal law, this means that noncitizens may face serious problems down the line if they are not aware of how their experiences with cannabis could impact their immigration journey. This video and accompanying infographic detail the specific risks associated with the use or possession of cannabis and/or industry employment.


TAFDC regulations provide that certain qualified noncitizens may be eligible for TAFDC based on disability, without being subject to the five-year bar, as long as the disability meets RSDI or SSI standards regardless of date of entry into the U.S.


An individual present in the U.S. under conditions or sections of the INA not described above, notwithstanding a legal noncitizen, is ineligible for TAFDC benefits. His or her income or assets shall be considered in their entirety for the remaining household members.


Background: Latino adults, especially immigrants without citizenship (i.e., noncitizens), experience considerable barriers to health care, including medications. Inequitable access to medications, especially statins, may exacerbate disparities in cardiovascular disease. Despite this, little is known about medication nonadherence in Latino neighborhoods, especially those with large noncitizen populations.


Methods: We conducted a retrospective cohort study among 48,161 adults who lived in predominately Latino neighborhoods in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago and who initiated statin therapy from January 2012 to December 2015 using IQVIA LifeLink. Statin nonadherence was defined as a proportion of days covered amounting to less than 80% over 12 months. We focused on differences between neighborhoods with high noncitizen concentrations (areas where noncitizens are at least 35% of the adult population) and other Latino neighborhoods. We examined associations using logistic regressions adjusted for individual (e.g., payment method) and neighborhood characteristics (e.g., poverty).


Conclusion: Neighborhoods with large noncitizen populations have much higher rates of statin nonadherence than Latino neighborhoods with fewer noncitizens. These disparities were least pronounced in Los Angeles, where the county provides health care to all uninsured residents, including noncitizens without documentation to reside in the United States. Efforts to improve medication access in Latino neighborhoods should be multifocal and start by implementing state and local health care options for low-income residents, regardless of citizenship status.


Persons age 19 and older, who are not eligible for medical benefits because they do not meet citizenship/immigration requirements, may qualify for medical for emergencies. They must meet all the program requirements for FamilyCare Assist, All Kids Assist, Moms and Babies, ACA Adult or AABD Medical, except for a Social Security Number and verification of immigration status. People who meet these requirements are called ineligible noncitizens and are only eligible for short-term medical coverage for emergency care. Ineligible noncitizens are ineligible for cash and regular medical benefits.


The person applying for emergency medical benefits must need, or have received, emergency medical services in the month of application or during the 3 months before the month of application. An ineligible noncitizen who comes to Illinois solely to receive medical care does not qualify. Medical coverage is given only to the person with the emergency medical condition; other family members are not eligible.


Noncitizen pregnant women who do not meet immigration status requirements may qualify for medical benefits under the Family Assist, FamilyCare Assist or Moms and Babies programs. Do not authorize eligibility for Emergency Medical for Ineligible Noncitizens for noncitizen pregnant women using the Emergency Medical for Ineligible Noncitizens policy. (see PM 06-09-00).


When completing an application in ABE (Application for Benefits Eligibility), the applicant must answer the question, "Is this person a U.S. citizen?" If answered "No", ABE will ask, "Is this a request for emergency medical for a non-citizen. If "Yes", a request for emergency medical for a noncitizen will be processed in IES.


Section 1. Suspension and Limitation on Entry. The entry into the United States, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, of noncitizens who were physically present within the Republic of Botswana, the Kingdom of Eswatini, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Malawi, the Republic of Mozambique, the Republic of Namibia, the Republic of South Africa, and the Republic of Zimbabwe during the 14-day period preceding their entry or attempted entry into the United States is hereby suspended and limited subject to section 2 of this proclamation.


At least 14 municipalities around the country allow noncitizens to vote in local elections, including San Francisco and cities in Maryland and Vermont. Lawmakers in Illinois and Washington, D.C., recently have considered similar legislation. Proponents of these statutes argue that since noncitizens pay taxes and send their children to local schools, they should have a voice in local issues.


Corrylee Drozda works with immigrants for the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. She said that the legislation requiring IDs to flag noncitizens was part of a separate bill. When that failed, it was slipped into HB 458, she said.


As part of the DHS initiative, Secretary Mayorkas directed U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to immediately conduct a review of policies and practices to ensure that all eligible current and former noncitizen service members and the immediate families of military members are able to remain in or return to the United States, remove barriers to naturalization for those eligible, and improve access to immigration services.


Gives noncitizens who are the parents, legal guardians or legally recognized caregivers of a child attending an Oakland public school the right to vote for candidates for Oakland Unified School District Board of Education.


This measure would amend the elections section of the Oakland City Charter to allow noncitizen residents who are the parents, legal guardians or legally recognized caregivers of a child residing in Oakland to vote in elections for Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Board of Education. 041b061a72


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