This study examines the lifestyles of migrants living as undocumented immigrants (illegal aliens) living in Gwangsan-gu, Gwangsan-gu, Gwangju Metropolitan City, and seeks to find out how oppression due to their status, psychological anxiety, and vulnerable lives affect the health of pregnant women and their fetuses. This study interviewed 30 pregnant women among undocumented immigrants who lived in Gwangsan-gu, Gwangju from January to June 2023, and summarized the state of mind of the mother, hospital expenses, and child rearing on a case-by-case basis. Pregnant women of undocumented migrants are exposed to risks of lack of medical insurance, lack of family, and forced repatriation, and the burden of medical expenses and childcare due to the absence of national health insurance existed. If local governments or non-profit private organizations continue to take an interest in undocumented immigrants and give warm glances of help, the welfare service of undocumented migrants staying in Korea will be improved and the quality of life in Korea will be improved at the present time when the number of undocumented migrants is increasing socially. I hope a solution is found.
Ⅱ. 광주광역시 광산구의 미등록 이주민 임산부 실태
Ⅲ. 미등록 이주민 임산부 애로사항 및 병원비용