America cannot live up to her commitment of opportunity for all unless we tackle our immigration system in a way that makes sense, promotes responsibility, brings families together and advances the nation’s health and security. Access to health care is a critical part of this equation. New reforms should expand and protect access to health care, not restrict it.
Federal policies create roadblocks for immigrants trying to access health care and health insurance, creating expensive health disparities, shifting costs and putting everyone’s health at risk.
Commonsense immigration policies that respond to America’s needs, align with our values of shared responsibility and fairness and promote full integration. Make health care part of the equation.