Immigration 101 for the pediatric practice

Morton, Samantha J.; Sandel, Megan
April 2005
Contemporary Pediatrics;Apr2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p34
Discusses the importance of U.S. immigration laws to immigrant families entering pediatric practice. Impact of immigration status on the health and well-being of patients; Types of immigrants; Classification of immigration status; Information on immigration terms of importance to pediatricians. INSETS: Luc: Fear of food stamps;Marius: Living with a health threat;Irene: Is asylum an option.


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