How much do illegal aliens cost state and U.S. federal government ?

 

How much do illegal aliens cost state and U.S. federal government ?

With more than 11million illegals living in U.S. , experts warn that welfare, free education, wic, food stamps, illegal workers, crime and illegal federal prision inmates in the country will further increase costs.

About Nation s security, others say that many radical/extremist migrants will never be integrated into the
American society and are warning of the establishment of parallel closed societies across the country…

 

 

■■■■#Brasil : 503,642 visitor visas issuances in FY2016.Porto Alegre USC : Covering the consular district of Rio Grande do Sul,Brasil.Constituent posts in Brasil: #U.S. Consulate General Recife;#U.S. Consulate General Rio de Janeiro; #U.S. Consulate General São Paulo; #U.S. Consulate Porto Alegre#Belo Horizonte.■503,642 nonimmigrant visa issuances or 4.9% of total nonimmigrant issuances in FY2016.”The U.S. presence in Porto Alegre is designed to improve the relationship with Brazilians in the South of the country, as part of the efforts of the United States diplomatic mission to expand bilateral trade and investment, strengthen relations between the two countries, facilitate travel, foster educational and cultural exchange and promote economic development.”@Julia Harlanhttps://br.usembassy.gov/u-s-consulate-porto-alegre-opens-june/#

■■■■#Brasil : 503,642 visitor visas issuances in FY2016.
Porto Alegre USC : Covering the consular district of Rio Grande do Sul,Brasil.
Constituent posts in Brasil:

 #U.S. Consulate General Recife;

#U.S. Consulate General Rio de Janeiro; 

#U.S. Consulate General São Paulo; #U.S. Consulate Porto Alegre

#Belo Horizonte.

■503,642 nonimmigrant visa issuances or 4.9% of total nonimmigrant issuances in FY2016.
“The U.S. presence in Porto Alegre is designed to improve the relationship with Brazilians in the South of the country, as part of the efforts of the United States diplomatic mission to expand bilateral trade and investment, strengthen relations between the two countries, facilitate travel, foster educational and cultural exchange and promote economic development.”

@Julia Harlan

https://br.usembassy.gov/u-s-consulate-porto-alegre-opens-june/#