U.S.-Mexico Social Security Totalization Agreement
The U.S.-Mexico Social Security Totalization Agreement was signed in June 2004. If adopted by Congress, "it would grant millions of illegal aliens access" to the Social Security system. The agreement was not submitted to Congress. 
The United States has totalization agreements with a number of countries since 1978, including an agreement with Canada since August 1, 1984. 
- Also see North American Union.
- John Culberson, "More Information on the Totalization Agreement with Mexico," Official U.S. House of Representatives website, June 16, 2006.
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