Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke Jr. Signs Letter Of Intent To Partnership With ICE 287g To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws

The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office could become the first law enforcement entity to partnership with ICE under the 287g Program, which allows deputies to enforcement federal immigration laws.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 9, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – On Wednesday, the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) announced in their Facebook page that Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. signed a letter of intent to partnership with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under the 287g Program, which allows deputies to enforce federal immigration laws throughout the County. Governor Scott Walker (R) would have to approve such county and federal partnership to enforce immigration laws within the state of Wisconsin. Walker hasn’t publicly endorse such a partnership, but supports Trump’s efforts to enforce immigration laws. Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) has reached out to Governor Walker for comment about Sheriff Clarke’s intent to join 287g, but he has not returned a response. If Sheriff Clarke gets approved by Governor Walker, other law enforcement agencies throughout the state could follow.
So far, the Milwaukee Police Department, the City of Racine, the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Office and a few others have confirmed that they will implement 287g as President Trump would like them to do so in a volunteer basis.
Voces de la Frontera, an immigrant and workers rights organization sponsored on February 13 a mass protest, march and rally against Sheriff Clarke’s intent to join the 287g program. Sheriff Clarke had previously confirmed that the “Day without Latinos, Immigrants and Refugees” march would not effect his decision to partnership with ICE. If approved by Governor Walker to implement 287g, the MCSO will become the first law enforcement agency to implement 287g in the state.
The MCSO conducts no investigations on homicides, auto thefts and felony crimes other than patrolling county roads and highways to clear roads of accidents and citing speeders. The MCSO also has deputies assigned as bailiffs at the Milwaukee County Courthouse and jail. The FBI statistics indicated that the MCSO deputies only investigated five rape cases between 2012 to 2014.
Implementing the 287g program in any jurisdiction has its drawbacks and anticipated federal lawsuits by immigrant rights groups and the ACLU who have filed lawsuits and proved that such practices under 287g are contributed to illegal profiling, civil rights violation and discrimination by local authorities enforcing immigration laws.
In most cases, law enforcement agencies who use the 287g program usually profile, discriminate and violate the civil rights of those targeted under the program.
Example: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona under Sheriff Joe Arpaio, in which a federal court found blatant illegal profiling, discrimination and civil rights violations when arresting victims. Arpaio was held in contempt for violations by a federal judge, could also face prison time and Arpaio was ousted from office on November 9, 2016. The new elected Sheriff Paul Penzone in Maricopa County immediately terminated the 287g ICE partnership.
Sheriff Clarke could also face the same consequences for joining the 287g program, if irregularities by the sheriff and deputies occur when suspected undocumented aliens are stopped, processed in the jail or U.S. Citizens of Spanish speaking origin are also illegally detained, but Clarke will now certainly be on the national watch list by immigrant rights organizations and the ACLU as well.
Currently, Wisconsin Republican state legislators John Spiros, Jesse Kremer and Steve Nass seek sponsorship to reintroduce a anti-sanctuary city bill formerly known as Assembly Bill 450. The renewed legislation, if approved by both chambers of the Republican controlled legislature would withhold funding from cities that ignore federal immigration laws and harbor illegal immigrants.
Representative Spiros’s proposal would cut state aid from any community with a policy of preventing officials from inquiring about the immigration status of arrestees or those refusing to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. Such communities could lose between $500 and $5,000 of state aid, depending upon its population, for each day of noncompliance.
Last year, AB 450 passed the State Assembly on a vote of 63-35, but the State Senate adjourned without taking any action and the bill eventually expired.
The proposed revived WI sanctuary legislation LRB-1205/1 – Prohibiting Sanctuary Cities in Wisconsin (Memorandum dateline to co-sponsor bill is March 15, 2017) would only target undocumented aliens who pose a legitimate public safety risk and allows for political entities (statewide Sheriff County jails) to accept ICE detainers (useless administrative ICE requests to detain), even if not legally binding (only a court warrant is valid to detain), according to a federal court ruling.

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Second Deported Veterans Support House To Open In Juarez

The Juarez Deported Veterans Support House will organize to provide deported veterans needed services, support contacts and a shelter.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 8, 2017

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexuco – On Wednesday, Hector Barajas, the Director and Founder of the Deported Veterans Support House in Tijuana (DVSH-Tijuana), Baja California, Mexico announced the upcoming opening of a second Deported Veterans Support House in Juarez (DVSH-Juarez) in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. The inaugural opening of the DVSH-Juarez will be held on April 22, 2017, where Barajas will be present from noon to 5:00 p.m. to kick-off a new bunker chapter along with Jose Francisco Lopez, who will be the director of the DVSH-Juarez for the purpose to help organized local deported Veterans, to establish a working relationship between deported Veterans, activists and Veterans service providers from the U.S. Veterans Administration to provide information or assistance on how to apply for VA benefits and medical assistance in El Paso, Texas and surrounding area, according to Barajas.
The DVSH-Juarez location will be at Valle del ARNO 3116, FRACC Plaza del Sol, Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Cp 32610.

For more information contact:

Hector Barajas, Director and Founder of Deported Veterans Support House in Tijuana at 626-569-5491 and 664-522-8745 or email at Banishedveteran@yahoo.com

Also: Jose Francisco Lopez, Director of the Deported Veterans Support House in Juarez at 656-218-5611, email at Panchito251144@gmail.com

A Gofundme has been created for the Deported Veterans Support House in Juarez http://bit.ly/2nh4gv0

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Milwaukee Police Seeking Suspects Connected To A Southside Homicide Involving A 36-year-old Man Known As “Dbo”

A 36-year-old man has died after being shot in the Southside of Milwaukee.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 7, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – On Tuesday, Milwaukee police responded around 3:30 a.m. to reported shots fired at the 2300 block of S. 9th Street. Upon arrival, police found a 36-year-old man shot and was taken to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
Friends circulated a photo of the victim in social media and identified the deceased victim as Daniel “Danny” Lee Baker, aka, “Dbo”. The homicide investigation is ongoing and no further details were released.
Police continue to seek suspects in the homicide case, according to the Milwaukee Police Department.
Baker is survived by four children.

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Speeding Ends In Fatal Crash That Claimed The Life Of 16-year-old Lisandra Muñoz Sánchez

Milwaukee police believe that speed caused an SUV to lose control and struck a cement truck in the Southside that claimed the life of a 16-year-old St. Anthony School female student.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 7, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, Milwaukee police reported that a 16-year-old girl had lost her life in a crash involving an SUV and cement truck at the 4300 block of S. 13th Street near W. Bolivar in the Southside of the city. The deceased 16-year-old female victim was identified by family members as Lisandra Muñoz Sánchez and the driver of the SUV Chevy Tahoe involved as her brother, Ivan Muñoz Sánchez, 18. Apparently Ivan, the driver of Chevy Tahoe was speeding around 3:35 p.m., lost control and struck a cement truck killing his sister who was his passenger, according to police.
Police say, Ivan was racing with another vehicle and almost rear ended a cement truck, which he tried to avoid hitting, but lost control and struck the truck sideways.
Lisandra was pronounced dead at the scene. Ivan was taken to a local hospital and is recovering from his injuries.
Police believe speed was a contributing factor in the deadly crash. Ivan was placed in custody, with a $10,000 cash bond and cited for speeding resulting in a fatal crash. He is facing an additional charge for 2nd-degree reckless homicide in connection with the death of his sister.

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Bridgette Clark Taken Into Custody For DUI And Driving The Wrong Way On Highways I-41 And US-45

Clark was arrested by a Milwaukee County Sheriff’s deputy after going the wrong way on highways I-41 and US-45 and was cited for DUI.

By H. Nelson GoOdon
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 5, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – On Sunday, a Milwaukee County Sheriff’s deputy arrested Bridgette Clark, 25, after she entered the freeway on the Appleton Ave. exit while going the wrong way at I-41 and US-45 northbound around 5:00 a.m. The field breathalyzer tested 0.17 and she was cited for 1st DUI and is facing a felony charge for 2nd-degree reckless endangering safety for driving the wrong way on a divided highway and reckless driving, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.
Clark is currently being held without bail.

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$1M Settlement Reached By Family Of Anastacio Hernández Rojas Who Was Brutally Beaten and Murdered By U.S. Border Patrol Agents

Hernández Rojas was brutally beaten and murdered by U.S. Border Protection Agents in 2010.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 3, 2017

San Diego, California – The family of of Anastacio Hernández Rojas, 42, an undocumented immigrant who was brutally beaten and tasered multiple times by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents and later died at a hospital have settled the lawsuit for $1M to avoid another three years of court room litigation. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (ICHR) in Washington, D.C. sued the U.S. for the torture and homicide of Hernández Rojas. In November 2015, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) decided not to prosecute or file felony murder charges against eight U.S. Border Patrol agents, Customs and Border Protection agents including four supervisors who watched and encouraged the deadly abuse of Hernández Rojas at the San Ysidro Port-of-entry crossing for lack of evidence.
The DOJ said, that the agents involved used reasonable force to subdue Hernández Rojas. It was later discovered that 15 to 25 border patrol agents participated while others watched Hernández Rojas get beaten, kicked and tased repeatedly while in handcuffs at the U.S. border crossing.
Hernández Rojas pleaded for help and for the agents to stop beating and who were repeatedly tasering him as dozens of witnesses watched, video recorded took pictures of the incident from the border bridge crossing.
The agents later confiscated witnesses cellphones, deleted videos and photos to cover up the brutal beating. The agents didn’t even file reports that at least 30 witnesses were present during the incident. The witnesses were also dispersed from the scene in an attempt to cover up the brutal beating and homicide of Hernández Rojas. Only three witnesses were later interviewed by San Diego police who investigated the case.
A cellphone video later surfaced showing the border patrol agents beating and tasering Hernández Rojas multiple times who pleaded for help.
The ICHR is the only human rights international commission that has jurisdiction and authority to hear an individual complaint against the U.S. for human rights violations.
In an interview with Democracy Now, Roxanna Altholz, an international human rights lawyer and scholar, including an associate director at the University of California-Berkeley’s International Human Rights Law Clinic said, that since Hernández Rojas murder in 2010 by border patrol agents, at least 40 to 50 undocumented immigrants have been killed by agents and none of the border patrol agents involved have been held accountable or brought to justice.
The San Diego Medical Examiner’s Office classified Hernández Rojas death as a homicide. Hernández Rojas autopsy revealed that he had five broken ribs, had suffered from a lack of oxygen to his brain for 8 minutes causing brain dead as a result of a heart attack attributed to the beating and taser’s electrical shocks, had abrasions/contusions to the face, arms and legs including a large hematoma.
Judge M. James Lorenz of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of California on September 29, 2014 determined that the U.S. Border Patrol agents identified as Phillip Krasielwicz, Gabriel Ducoing and Derrick Llewellyn; Immigration Enforcement Agents Harinzo Naraisnesingh and Andre Piligrino; Customs and Border Protection Officers Kurt Sauer and agent Allen Boutwell; Border Patrol Supervisors Ishmael Finn, Guillermo E. Avila and Edward C. Caliri, and Custom and Border Protection Supervisor Ramon De Jesús were responsible or contributed to Hernández Rojas death in 2010.

Shocking news video shows Mexican immigrant Anastacio Hernández Rojas tased and being beaten resulting in his death by multiple U.S. Border Patrol agents while hog tied and hands behind his back in May 2010. https://youtu.be/5JCmHX1pVCU

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Wisconsin Bill To End Sanctuary Cities In The State Resurfaces

Republican legislators to reintroduce anti-sanctuary bill, which targets undocumented aliens in Wisconsin.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

March 2, 2017

Madison, WI – Wisconsin Republican state legislators John Spiros, Jesse Kremer and Steve Nass seek sponsorship to reintroduce a anti-sanctuary city bill formerly known as Assembly Bill 450. The renewed legislation, if approved by both chambers of the Republican controlled legislature would withhold funding from cities that ignore federal immigration laws and harbor illegal immigrants.
Representative Spiros’s proposal would cut state aid from any community with a policy of preventing officials from inquiring about the immigration
status of arrestees or those refusing to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. Such communities could lose between $500 and $5,000 of state aid, depending upon its population, for each day of noncompliance.
Last year, AB 450 passed the State Assembly on a vote of 63-35, but the State Senate adjourned without taking any action and the bill eventually expired.

Here’s the proposed revived WI sanctuary legislation LRB-1205/1 – Prohibiting Sanctuary Cities in Wisconsin (Memorandum dateline to co-sponsor bill is March 15, 2017), it only targets undocumented aliens who pose a legitimate public safety risk and allows for political entities (statewide Sheriff County jails) to accept ICE detainers, even if not legally binding (a court warrant), according to a federal court ruling. (PDF) http://bit.ly/2m86uNZ

La anterior AB 450, fue un proyecto de ley anti-inmigrante que podría haber permitido a policías y empleados municipales aplicar las leyes de inmigración. AB 450 podría dado la autoridad a la policía para investigar la situación legal de los inmigrantes indocumentados y proceder a su retención de expulsión.
Esta possible ley si fuera aplicada las ciudades o municipalidades podrian perder una cantidad de ayuda financiera estatal entre $500 a $5,000 dependiendo el populacho de estas.
Esta ley fue aprobada por los Deputados estatales con un voto de 63-35, pero la Cámara del Senado estatal termino sus sesión el año pasado sin tomar acción cual luego automáticamente el tiempo se venció.

Each non-criminal undocumented immigrant detained and later removed from a community will create an economic gap of about $25k to $50k in earned income including personal, sales tax, consumption of goods and property tax generated loss annually. Also, it will cost the state and the U.S. government approximately up to $10K or more in deportation costs including holding the undocumented inmate at a local county jail or Private Prison Corporations (PPC), which costs between $130 to $330 per day to hold at a PPC, in addition immigration court costs and flight costs to country of orgin.Obama during the end of his term attempted to phase out private prisons when contracts expired, but Trump’s U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions recinded that memo and is promoting to continue to contract with PPCs. According to a 2015 report by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, PPC’s earned $3B for holding ICE detainees. An estimated 34,000 of undocumented immigrants are incarcerated daily costing about $159 each to hold.

So, the U.S. economic stability in some urban and rural communities, which depend on undocumented labor including farm and dairy workers are faced with a loss of workers that can’t easily be replaced once removed by the Trump’s ICE initiative. Does Trump and his administration know that every non-criminal undocumented immigrant removed from the local and the U.S. economic system has a long lasting effect in the areas from which removed?

The following are stats about Latinos economic structure, population and spending empowerment in the South Side of Milwaukee and in the State of Wisconsin.

• Latinos made 59% of the total population of 85,254 in the South Side in 2012. (1)

• A city economic study reported that the South side households in the predominately Latino community located inside Postal Zip Code 53204 in Milwaukee spend more than $91 million annually in retail goods, according to the 2006 Department of City Development statistics. In one day, they spent approximately $249,315.06. The biggest tax-generating base for the city comes solely from the South side. (2)

• In Milwaukee, over 850 Hispanic owned businesses generate more than $225 million in annual sales. It is abundantly clear that the immigration of Hispanics and undocumented immigrants to Southeastern Wisconsin is tied to a large degree to the available resources that Hispanics have in the area. (2)

• In Wisconsin, over 3,000 Hispanic owned businesses generate more than $800 million in annual sales creation of jobs and available employment resulting in population growth as well as business growth. (2)

• In 2015, undocumented immigrants paid over $80M in combine income tax and property tax in Wisconsin. (2)

• In Wisconsin, undocumented immigrants paid $21,7 million in personal income, $6.1 million in property taxes and $66.5 million in sale taxes in 2010 totaling at least $94.4M, according to the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy study. (2)

• Latinos spent $28M in grocery store sales (1)

• Full service restaurants earned $13M (1)

• Latino music stores generated $3.4M (1)

• At least$2.8M was spent on non-English books and newspapers (1)

• An annual retail outside of the South Side by residents spent about $364M (1)

• $38M Clothing store sales and $5.1M in accessories (1)

• In 2012, the South Side Milwaukee County Supervisor 12th District had 70.1% of Hispanic population. (2)

• In the Milwaukee South Side 12th Aldermanic District, there is a 67.8% of Hispanic population from a total of 54K in total population. (2)

• In the Milwaukee South Side 8th Aldermanic District, there is a 62% of Hispanic population from a total of 54K in total population. (2)

• There are approximately 260,000 in population of Mexican origin in the state, which is 75% of the total Hispanic population in Wisconsin. (2)

• Wisconsin Hispanic population in the state grew by 74%, 336,056, an increase of 143,135 from 2000. (2)

• The U.S. Census Bureau reported in March 2010, that the Wisconsin Hispanic population in the state grew by 74%, 336,056, an increase of 143,135 from 2000. Hispanics now account for 5.9 percent of Wisconsin’s total population.
The Hispanic population in Milwaukee County rose by 126,039 and the Dane County Hispanic population grew by 28,925.
The City of Milwaukee saw a increase of 40%, 103,107 in Hispanic population, and saw a loss of 6%, from 605,013 to 594,833 of population now residing in the city, according to the 2010 census. Compared to a census report in 2009, that the Hispanic population rose about 48%, 285,827 or 5.1% of the population in the state. Milwaukee County saw an increase of 39%, 114,238 or 12% of the population, Racine County saw a 35% increase, 20,262 in population. Waukesha saw a 42% increase of 13,458 in population. Ozaukee County saw a 58 % increase of 1,669 in population and in Washington County a 76% increase with 2,693 in population.

• U.S. Census officials reported, that 50.5 million Hispanics were counted in 2010, 16.3% of total U.S. population and a 43% growth since 2000.

• Undocumented immigrants paid $35B within 10 years to the Medicare Trust Fund even when they don’t qualify for benefits. (2)

• The Social Security Administration reported that in the Earning Suspense File has $1.3T in taxes in earn wages, which most of it was collected from undocumented immigrants. (The Atlantic)

• In 2014, Stephen Goss, the Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration told Vice News that in the last decade, an estimated 11M undocumented immigrants reside in the U.S. and about 7M are unauthorized workers and 3.1M of those worked with fake or expired Social Security numbers and paid automatic payroll taxes to the federal government. In 2010, a $13B annual net contribution was made to the Social Security Trust Fund.
In the last ten years, unauthorized workers have paid an estimated $100B into the trust fund and most of the unauthorized workers will never benefit from their tax contributions later in life, according to Goss. (2)

• Hispanics including undocumented immigrants today have more than $2T economic spending power. (2)

Sources:

(1) According to the 2015 revised City of Milwaukee South Side Area Plan

(2) Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA)

(3) Social Security Office of the Chief Actuary

MILWAUKEE: Estadísticas sobre los latinos y estado de Wisconsin

Las siguientes son las estadísticas sobre la estructura de los latinos económico, la población y la potenciación del gasto en el lado sur de Milwaukee y en el estado de Wisconsin.

• Latinos representaban el 59% de la población total de 85.254 en el lado sur en 2012. (1)

• Un estudio económico de la ciudad informó que los hogares lado sur de la comunidad predominantemente latina situada en el interior Código Postal Postal 53204 en Milwaukee gastan más de $ 91 millones de anualmente en productos al por menor, de acuerdo con el Departamento de estadísticas de Desarrollo de la Ciudad de 2006. En un día, se gastaron aproximadamente $ 249,315.06. La base generadora de impuestos más grande de la ciudad proviene exclusivamente del lado sur. (2)

• En Milwaukee, más de 850 empresas de propiedad hispana generan más de $ 225 millones de dólares en ventas anuales. Está muy claro que la inmigración de los hispanos y los inmigrantes indocumentados a sureste de Wisconsin está ligada en gran medida a los recursos disponibles que los hispanos tienen en la zona. (2)

• En Wisconsin, más de 3.000 empresas de propiedad hispana generan más de $ 800 millones de dólares en ventas anuales creación de puestos de trabajo y empleo disponible que resulta en aumento de la población, así como el crecimiento del negocio. (2)

• En 2015, los inmigrantes indocumentados pagaron más de $ 80 millones en combinar el impuesto sobre la renta y el impuesto a la propiedad en Wisconsin. (2)

• En Wisconsin, los inmigrantes indocumentados pagan $ 21,7 millones en los ingresos personales, $ 6.1 millones en impuestos a la propiedad y $ el 66,5 millones de dólares en impuestos de venta en el año 2010 por un total de al menos $ 94.4M, según el Instituto de Fiscalidad y Política Económica estudio. (2)

• Latinos gastaron $ 28 millones en ventas en tiendas de comestibles (1)

• Restaurantes de servicio completo ganaban $ 13M (1)

• Tiendas de música latina generaron $ 3,4 M (1)

• Al menos se gastaron $ 2.8M en los libros y los periódicos no están en inglés ( 1)

• Un fuera menor anual de la zona sur de los residentes gastó cerca de $ 364m (1)

• $ 38M tienda de ropa de ventas y $ 5,1 millones en los accesorios (1)

• En 2012, el lado sur de Milwaukee Supervisor del Condado Distrito 12 tuvo un 70,1% de población hispana. (2)

• En el lado sur de Milwaukee 12 de Concejal del Distrito, hay un 67,8% de la población hispana de un total de 54K en la población total. (2)

• En el lado sur de Milwaukee 8 de Concejal del Distrito, hay un 62% de la población hispana de un total de 54K en la población total. (2)

• Hay aproximadamente 260.000 en la población de origen mexicano en el estado, que es el 75% de la población total de hispanos en Wisconsin. (2)

• Wisconsin población hispana en el estado creció un 74%, 336.056, un aumento de 143.135 a partir de 2000. (2)

• La Oficina del Censo de Estados Unidos informó en marzo de 2010, que la población hispana en el estado de Wisconsin creció un 74%, 336.056, un aumento de 143.135 desde 2000. Los hispanos ahora representan el 5,9 por ciento de la población total de Wisconsin.

La población hispana en el Condado de Milwaukee aumentó en 126.039 y la población hispana del Condado de Dane creció en 28.925.
La ciudad de Milwaukee vio un aumento del 40%, 103.107 en la población hispana, y vio una pérdida de 6%, pasando de 605.013 a 594.833 de la población que actualmente residen en la ciudad, de acuerdo con el censo de 2010. En comparación con un informe del censo en 2009, que la población hispana aumentó alrededor del 48%, 285.827 o el 5,1% de la población en el estado. Condado de Milwaukee vio un aumento del 39%, 114.238 o el 12% de la población, el condado de Racine vio un aumento del 35%, 20.262 en la población. Waukesha vio un aumento del 42% de los 13.458 de la población. Ozaukee Condado vio un aumento del 58% de los 1.669 en la población y en el Condado de Washington, un aumento del 76% con 2.693 en la población.

• Los funcionarios del censo de Estados Unidos informó que 50,5 millones de hispanos se contaron en 2010, el 16,3% de la población total de Estados Unidos y un crecimiento del 43% desde el año 2000.

• Los inmigrantes indocumentados pagan $ 35B plazo de 10 años para el Fondo Fiduciario de Medicare, incluso cuando ellos no califican para los beneficios. (2)

• La Administración de Seguridad Social informó que en el Archivo de Ganancia suspense tiene $ 1.3T en impuestos en ganar un salario, que se recogió la mayor parte de inmigrantes sin papeles. (El Atlántico)

• En 2014, Stephen Goss, Actuario Jefe de la Administración de la Seguridad Social dijo Vice La noticia de que en la última década, se estima que los inmigrantes indocumentados 11M residen en los EE.UU. y alrededor de 7 millones son trabajadores no autorizados y 3.1M de los trabajado con números y Seguridad Social falsos o caducados pagaron los impuestos de nómina automáticas para el gobierno federal. En 2010, se hizo una contribución neta anual de $ 13, al Fondo Fiduciario de la Seguridad Social.

En los últimos diez años, los trabajadores no autorizados han pagado un estimado de $ 100B en el fondo fiduciario y la mayoría de los trabajadores no autorizados que nunca se beneficiarán de sus contribuciones fiscales más adelante en la vida, de acuerdo con Goss. (2)

• Los hispanos incluidos los inmigrantes indocumentados hoy en día tienen más de $ 2T capacidad de gasto económico. (2)

Fuentes:

(1) De acuerdo con el 2015 revisado Ciudad de Milwaukee South Side Area del Plan
(2) Hispano News Network EE.UU. (HNNUSA)
(3) Oficina de la Seguridad Social del Actuario Jefe

Esta Información fue posible gracias a H. Nelson Goodson, HNNUSA

Traducción en español por El Mañanero Newspaper

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