Information for Immigrant Workers

Facts about Immigration and Public Benefits for Immigrant Workers

The purpose of this series of articles is to educate immigrant workers about true facts related to the public charge rule and to provide information about health care options for members of the family, especially for children. We want immigrant workers to learn about health care programs available for low-income households and to know where they can find more information about immigration and health care coverage in Wisconsin.

For more information visit:

Facts About Immigration and Public Benefits for Immigrant Dairy Workers: Public Charge Rule

Health Insurance Eligibility for Children

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This project is made possible by Covering Wisconsin and Wisconsin Department of Health Services with funding provided through the 2020 CARES Act relief fund

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