Despite its $26 billion budget deficit, California spends $21.5 billion dollars annually subsidizing illegal alien health care, education, welfare, other state benefits and criminal justice.
States across the country have taken immigration enforcement into their own hands. From mandatory E-Verify to in-state tuition to driver’s licenses and more, states are doing their best to discourage illegal aliens from settling in their states to ensure jobs and resources go to U.S. citizens and legal immigrants. But while some states try to discourage illegal immigration, other states are rolling out the red carpet. Bob Dane of the Federation for American Immigration Reform takes a look at the most welcoming places in America.
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When “relocating” to the United States, it’s best to avoid states that have selfishly put the interests of their legal residents ahead of yours with laws that hinder your access to jobs and benefits. But many attractive destinations remain, endorsed by millions of illegal aliens already living in each.
California’s state motto “Eureka” (I have found it!) aptly applies here. The state’s population includes 3.2 million illegal aliens — almost 24% of all illegal aliens in America — have chosen the Golden State as their preferred domicile.
Despite its $26 billion budget deficit, the state spends $21.5 billion dollars annually subsidizing illegal alien health care, education, welfare, other state benefits and criminal justice. Every California native-born household chips in $2438 each year to help.
Unless you commit a violent felony, the state leaves you alone. Los Angeles Special Order 40 – a sanctuary policy that sets the tone statewide – prevents local officers from inquiring about your immigration status.