- Border enforcement a critical financial need
AN IMPRESSIVE REALITY!
And this does not include such things as the costly and disruptive effect of such things as managing significant numbers of non-English-speaking students flooding schools in communities around the nation. DLH
(CNSNews.com) – The federal government paid a “bed rate” of $127.82 per day to house each illegal alien detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in fiscal 2016, according to ICE data published in a new report by the Government Accountability Office.
Even if you do not count the extra day in that leap year, that works out to $46,654.30 for each detention bed occupied by an illegal alien for 365 days.
The approximately $46,654 it cost to house a detained illegal alien for 365 days in fiscal 2016 was approximately $104 more than the average income for Americans 15 and older that year—which, according to Census Bureau Table PINC-01, was $46,550.