The 2020 Census has started. It is a government law to periodically count the people living in the United States.
Different countries use different methods, but here in the United States we count every ten years called a Census.
All information is confidential and can not be released to the public until a lifespan has passed.
A lifespan has been established as 75 years. Your descendants can see the basic information about you 75 years from now.
Citizenship has nothing to do with a Census count. The number of people living in an area determines funding from the government.
Accurate Census counts determine if there is enough funding for afterschool programs, hospital beds and supplies, handicapped parking spaces at the grocery store and enough room at schools and universities.