Children Of Immigrants Less Likely To Get Benefits

Children living in immigrant families are more likely to be poor than those whose parents were born in the U.S. But these same children are far less likely to receive public benefits — even though most of them were born in the U.S. and are citizens. This has some people worried about the welfare of one of the nation's fastest growing groups — the citizen children of immigrants.

Source: NPR SPECIAL SERIES immigrants' children: a foot in two worlds


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