These charts compare the coverage status of children who are U.S. citizens and those who are non-citizen residents.
- The first chart indicates that non-U.S. citizens are over-represented in the uninsured population relative to their numbers in the insured population. Non-citizens comprise 2% of insured children, but they account for 9% of the uninsured population.
- The second chart compares the coverage rates of citizen and non-citizen children. Although they comprise a small proportion of the uninsured population, non-citizen children are at a higher risk of being uninsured: 13% of U.S. citizen children are uninsured, while 37% of non-citizen children are uninsured.