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@9HF8M5NTranshumanist from South Carolina answered…1yr

No, but we should make it easier for them to not be “illegals”

@9YDW4T8Republican from Missouri answered…2wks

No, but if they become a citizen, then they should be able to purchase private healthcare

@9YDPVMFPeace and Freedom from Virginia answered…2wks

No, but make it easier for illegal immigrants to become citizens

@5T5DJB3Republicanfrom Illinois  answered…1yr

This is insane. How can you use illegal and benefits in same sentence? Someone should not become a citizen just because they gave birth here. Mexico for sure does not allow this, and the rest of the world with exception for two other countries. This way of taxing others to pay for such expenses is insane.

@9YNZCDWPeace and Freedom from Alaska answered…3 days

On one hand, if they entered the states without going through proper procedures, they should not be here. On the other, it'd be wrong to deport them in poor or worse health than when they got here, so yes, and while they are detained too.

@Erik-KountzmanWorking Family from Missouri answered…5 days

No, but yes-ish, as they are not supposed to be here, we must remove them all, unless they can pay the U.S. government at least $20 million dollars, or we can have them work in factories and/or farms until they could pay the $20 million dollars, also the U.S. government would provide everything that they need.

@9YN62GVConstitution from North Carolina answered…5 days

@9YLKVGHDemocrat from Illinois answered…1wk

depends on if they are working and providing for the economy to help the country

@9YL3VC8Women’s Equality from Hawaii answered…1wk

@9YL36LJPeace and Freedom from Kansas answered…1wk

Yes because they may need help to get on their own feet to become legal.

@9YKNQXPWomen’s Equality from Delaware answered…1wk

@9YK95G7Women’s Equality from Ohio answered…2wks

Not until they are legal, They shouldn't deport them if they are innocent. Give them citizenship and then some type of healthcare

@9YGVGM5Veteran from Kansas answered…2wks

no because if the are illegal they shouldn't get anything and they shouldn't be here.

@9YGPLMSWomen’s Equality from Kentucky answered…2wks

yes, if they pay taxes and have been in the country for at least 2 years. also if its a emergency.

@9HDHZFGWomen’s Equality from California answered…1yr

Yes if they are are honest, hard working, and are trying to become citizens. Their children should have access as well. I am however torn on this question because f they aren't paying for the healthcare they shouldn't get access. However they are people and it would be human decency to help those in need.

@9HDDD4PWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

No they aren't a legal citizen so they shouldn't be allowed to get what legal citizens do.

@9HD9VJJDemocrat from Missouri answered…1yr

I believe that everyone should receive free health care no matter the color of their skin, ethnicity, race, beliefs, amount of money they make, etc. Everyone deserves to be healthy.

@9HCYZTWWomen’s Equality from New York answered…1yr

Yes ,when they get a citizenship for them and their children.

@9HCFBVWDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@9HCC3DXLibertarian from Virginia answered…1yr

Yes, but only to make the system collapse under the weight of its inefficiency and ineffectiveness.

@9HC93BKWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

I fee like if they are in like a dire need to be treated they can be and if they are kids but I feel like if they aren't citizens they cant be coming all the time

@9HC8ZYSVeteran from New York answered…1yr

Yes, for life threatening emergencies only, then deport them.

@9HC8HHTVeteran from New York answered…1yr

@9HC7LTPWomen’s Equality from Arkansas answered…1yr

I feel they should get government-subsidized healthcare as long as they pay taxes, but they should also be granted citizenship. If they don't pay taxes they may still be helped and granted citizenship, but must pay certain fees that are based off of their medical expenses.

@9HC26QYRepublican from Georgia answered…1yr

No, they need to be legal or be helped with getting a citizenship here

@9HBTD52Constitution from Illinois answered…1yr

They should be allowed access to healthcare once they become a U.S citizen and pay taxes as a working citizen

@9HBTBXDIndependent from Kansas answered…1yr

If the parents are illegal but have a child in the United States at a hospital or clinic with appropriate paperwork filled out then I believe the child should and the parents could get private.

@9HBMGRWTranshumanist from Kentucky answered…1yr

Not until they have obtained legal citizenship and if they qualify for it based on their income.

@9HBL3WNWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…1yr

I don't think they should but I also know that's it's not an easy process to get citizenship

@9HBKDLQConstitution from Illinois answered…1yr

For life threatening diseases and infections and any medical issue for children

@9HBCY3HLibertarian from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, only if they pay taxes and have lived in the U.S. for at least three years.

@9HBCMZ6Independence from Illinois answered…1yr

If they pay taxes, apply for citizenship, and are law-abiding citizens. if they pass non of the criteria then they shouldn't be in our country.

@9HB5FK8Women’s Equality from Indiana answered…1yr

i think that we should try to help them out more. We should be treating their illnesses, helping them get places to stay, and helping grant them citizenship. They are struggling to stay alive and healthy where they come from and I am sure that if most people went through what they did that they would want help too.

@9HB5D6PDemocrat from Michigan answered…1yr

@9HB482VConstitution from New Jersey answered…1yr

@9HB2CZ9Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes and after they are treated give them a fair chance to become a legal U.S. citizen

@9HB24HPRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

No, because they are not citizens and here illegally, the government should not provide them anything

@9H9XJXTConstitution from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes, but only after they have started the application process for citizenship.

@9H9W9J9American from Indiana answered…1yr

No, but we should make it easier for them to become legal, and then they should get healthcare

@9H9TBPYRepublican from Rhode Island answered…1yr

They should try getting citizenship. But yes if they have it.

@9H9R3KVWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…1yr

@9H9NY8MGreen from Minnesota answered…1yr

@9H9F9GYDemocrat from Illinois answered…1yr

I worked for Medicare. In Illinois we provide healthcare for children here illegally, but only for adults if it’s an emergency.

@9H98HJXTranshumanist from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes and grant them citizenship under valid reasons, such as being an illegal immigrant with no exclusive priors, or brought to the U.S without control

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