Somehow, the following seems related to the above images:
If an immigrant is over 65, they can apply for SSI and Medicaid and get more than a woman on Social Security, who worked from 1944 until 2004.
The citizen only gets $791 per month because she was born in 1924 and there's a 'catch 22.'
By contrast, the federal government provides a single refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890. Each can also obtain an additional $580 in social assistance, for a total of $2,470 a month.
Compare this to a single pensioner, who after contributing to the growth and development of America for 40 to 50 years, can only receive a monthly maximum of $1,012 in old age pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement.
Perhaps our pensioners should apply as refugees!