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    weeklyeditor@ilw.com
    Immigrants Weekly
    May 10, 2007
    Headlines:
    (2) Classifieds:

    (c) Health Insurance for Immigrants
    Save up to 70% - compare all the best products with Squaremouth
    affordable health Insurance for Immigrants. If you are new to the
    USA, moving here for work or study or visiting family members you
    should make sure you have medical insurance. Squaremouth.com is a
    specialist immigration health insurance agency that provides an
    easy to use comparison engine featuring hundreds of products from
    every major carrier in the USA. All sales are completed online in
    minutes without the need for underwriting. You will receive
    immediate printable confirmation of your purchase. Please check
    us out at http://squaremouth.com/visitors-insurance

    We will be delighted to answer any questions you have, please
    call us at (800) 240-0369. Squaremouth Websites:
    http://www.squaremouth.com/visitors-insurance,
    http://www.squaremouth.com


    Also see:
    NetCare Health Insurance for Immigrants, Undocumented Students, etc.

    You can also check out the a topic Health Insurance for Immigrants by Tilik dated 02/08/07. There were several favorable responses. Following are the phone numbers for NetCare company.

    explora
    Frequent Member
    Posted February 05, 2007 08:48 AM Hide Post

    US NetCare
    250 West 49th St., Suite 806
    New York, NY 10019

    Ph: 800.453.8648
    Ph: 212.262.8918
    fax 212.262.8920
    E-mail info@usnetcare.com

    www.usnetcare.com
    www.firsthealth.com

    "Authorization" phone number: 866.914.5333.

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    weeklyeditor@ilw.com
    Immigrants Weekly
    May 10, 2007
    Headlines:
    (2) Classifieds:

    (c) Health Insurance for Immigrants
    Save up to 70% - compare all the best products with Squaremouth
    affordable health Insurance for Immigrants. If you are new to the
    USA, moving here for work or study or visiting family members you
    should make sure you have medical insurance. Squaremouth.com is a
    specialist immigration health insurance agency that provides an
    easy to use comparison engine featuring hundreds of products from
    every major carrier in the USA. All sales are completed online in
    minutes without the need for underwriting. You will receive
    immediate printable confirmation of your purchase. Please check
    us out at http://squaremouth.com/visitors-insurance

    We will be delighted to answer any questions you have, please
    call us at (800) 240-0369. Squaremouth Websites:
    http://www.squaremouth.com/visitors-insurance,
    http://www.squaremouth.com


    Also see:
    NetCare Health Insurance for Immigrants, Undocumented Students, etc.

    You can also check out the a topic Health Insurance for Immigrants by Tilik dated 02/08/07. There were several favorable responses. Following are the phone numbers for NetCare company.

    explora
    Frequent Member
    Posted February 05, 2007 08:48 AM Hide Post

    US NetCare
    250 West 49th St., Suite 806
    New York, NY 10019

    Ph: 800.453.8648
    Ph: 212.262.8918
    fax 212.262.8920
    E-mail info@usnetcare.com

    www.usnetcare.com
    www.firsthealth.com

    "Authorization" phone number: 866.914.5333.

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      Look at http://www.buyamericaninsurance.com/newimmigrant.jsp You will find several new immigrants health insurance.

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      • #4
        Uncontrolled and illegal immigration to the United States causes many problems for the nation. Just the tax revenues spent on welfare programs, education, health care, and housing for illegal immigrants is enough to make one question our immigration policies. Now, we can add another problem and cost associated with illegal immigration: illegal immigrants can make you sick.

        In 2004, more than 650 people contacted Hepatitis A at a single Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant in Pennsylvania. Four latter died. Federal data suggest that as many as 10 percent of the approximately 1,000 Mexicans who emigrate to the United States daily probably are infected with Chagas, said Dr. Louis V. Kirchhoff, a Chagas specialist and a professor at the University of Iowa's medical school. Chagas (Trypanosoma cruzi) is a parasitic insect that feeds on vital internals like the heart, nervous system, and GI tract. It is curable in its early stages, but kills about a third of the people infected if it is not caught in time.

        In the past three years, according to a report from the New York Times in February, 2003, leprosy has infected over 7,000 people in the United States. It was brought in by illegal immigrants from India, Brazil, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Leprosy spreads by infected illegal aliens working in fast food, dish washing and hotels.

        According to international health officials, about a third of the world's population is infected with the bacteria that cause tuberculosis. Personnel with the CDC's Division of TB Elimination have said in various reports that "immigration is a major force that sustains the incidence of tuberculosis" in the United States and other developed countries. "TB cases among foreign-born individuals remain disproportionately high, at nearly nine times the rate of U.S.-born persons," researchers said in a 2004 report in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. The United States currently has one of the lowest rates of TB in the world. Mexico has 10 times the rate of prevalence and many African countries along with Afghanistan, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Indonesia have rates that are 100 – 150 times higher. Making matters worse, a few years ago a Multi-Drug-Resistant (MDR) strain of TB has emerged that is resistant to all standard anti-TB drugs. Treating a single case of MDR TB costs over $250,000 and as much as $1,200,000 per person, and even with treatment about half of the patients with MDR-TB prematurely die.

        The report found that people from outside the United States accounted for 53.3 percent of all new tuberculosis cases in this country in 2003. That was up from fewer than 30 percent in 1993. In 2003, nearly 26 percent of foreign-born TB patients in the United States were from Mexico. Another third of the foreign-born cases were among those from the Philippines, Vietnam, India and China, the CDC report said. Dr. Lee Reichman, executive director of New Jersey's Medical Schools National Tuberculosis Center, said, "We sit on the edge of potential catastrophe. Government won't take this problem seriously, doctors don't treat it, and the public thinks TB isn't **** enough to merit attention."

        To show you how fast TB spreads; one infected illegal alien will infect between 10 to 50 Americans"”depending on his or her public contact. If that illegal alien has children, now numbering over 1.1 million illegal alien kids in U.S. schools, your kids are at risk. In the Santa Barbara News Press on April 25, 2004, the lead story titled, "Anatomy of an Outbreak" recorded that one illegal alien had spread his TB to 56 other people in the area. If you stand in line at K-Mart, Krogers, Safeway, Target, Sears, eat at fast food or go to the movies, you are inches away from those carrying the disease. If they sneeze, cough, laugh or touch your food, you and your children are at risk. One illegal in Denver last fall at a fast food restaurant affected over 1000 patrons with Hepatitis A. No telling how many he would have infected if he carried TB or leprosy. Is anyone talking about it?

        http://www.newswithviews.com/Wooldridge/frosty9.htm

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