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The severity of the migrant crisis may be new to those who do not live on a bordering state. Yet Texas has been grappling with this issue for years, resulting in countless calls for a secession from the United States or “Texit.” How would Texas manage as an independent nation?

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  1. Marilyn, SSD is a benefit that will follow you by federal policy wherever you live. Expats the world over continue to receive their SS, veterans benefits and pensions wherever they live. You can find answers to all your TEXIT questions at texitnow.org

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