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Immigration Reform Health Care Opportunities for Children

Although the ACA reduced the number of uninsured children to an unprecedented low, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) projects that 880,000 immigrant children will be left without health insurance coverage when the ACA is fully implemented in 2014.  Children's Health Fund is working to ensure that immigration reform proposals include provisions for access to health care services and family economic supports to children and families that meet the criteria for lawful status.

Closing the Gap: Why Immigrant Children Must Have Access to Health Care -- and How to Get There

Letter to the President and Congress in support of including health benefits for children and their families in immigration reform

Impact of the New Citizenship Requirements on Receipt of Medicaid in Vulnerable Populations