Resources on Immigrants and Health Care Coverage

The Foundation’s Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured has collected some resources on the health coverage of America’s immigrants.

Overview of Health Coverage for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency

Key Facts on Health Coverage for Low-Income Immigrants Today and Under Health Reform

Connecting Eligible Immigrant Families to Health Coverage and Care: Key Lessons from Outreach and Enrollment Workers

New Option for States to Provide Federally Funded Medicaid and CHIP Coverage to Additional Immigrant Children and Pregnant Women

CHIP TIPS: New Federal Funding Available to Cover Immigrant Children and Pregnant Women

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Five Basic Facts on Immigrants and Their Health Care

Are Immigrants Responsible for Most of the Growth of the Uninsured?

Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Low-Income Non-Citizen Adults

Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Low-Income Non-Citizen Adults

The Role of Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage for Immigrants: A Primer

New Requirements for Citizenship Documentation in Medicaid

Medicaid and SCHIP Eligibility for Immigrants

Covering New Americans: A Review of Federal and State Policies Related to Immigrants’ Eligibility and Access to Publicly Funded Health Insurance

Immigrants and Health Coverage: A Primer

Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers: Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care Population Distribution by Citizenship Status, States (2010-2011), U.S. (2011)



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