Pregnant women have been crossing the U.S. border illegally for years.
It’s commonly known abroad that anybody born on U.S. soil, regardless of the mother’s citizenship, is guaranteed U.S. citizenship.
I resided in Mexico for many years, and they certainly know about our policy there.
And this policy encourages pregnant women to cross the border illegally, which is extremely dangerous for them and their unborn children.
And just imagine starting in Central America (or beyond) and traveling all the way across Mexico to get to the United States.
Our insane birthright citizenship policy actually puts foreigners’ lives in danger, besides taking nationality policy out of the hands of Americans.
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Allan Wall resided in Mexico for a decade and a half, where he worked as an English teacher in various schools and at various levels. Allan was able to meet and associate with Mexicans of various sectors and socioeconomic levels and to travel to different parts of the country.
While in Mexico, Allan married Lilia, a Mexican science teacher. Allan and Lilia now have two sons: David, (22) and Raphael (18).
While residing in Mexico, Allan was a member of the Texas Army National Guard, traveling to Texas for monthly drills. Allan spent most of 2005 on a tour of duty in Iraq, where he carried out various assignments. Following the Iraq deployment, he returned to Mexico.
Several years later Allan and his family moved to the United States where they now reside.
Allan writes for several websites. Topics in his articles include the contemporary Mexican political scene, history and culture, tourism, and Mexican emigration as viewed from south of the border.in crossing the U.S. border illegally for years.