Birthright Citizenship Case Study

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1.Due to the supposed negative consequences anchor babies pose citizenship birthright to citizenship has become a main component of in immigration. Anchor Babies is a new term coined to describe children born from undocumented parents (Kendall 350).
2“Believing that the 14th amendment alone would be the answer as to what to door how to see anchor babies is not there is too it upon closer examination the results of such ideas reveal that that actions towards this subject should not be taken lightly. This article shows a combination or history about birthright citizenship, and legislative cases,” (Kendall 350).
3. Being a citizen of the United states awards so many different privileges. These privileges should not be taken from one because it is the
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Among other things the LWIC calculates frequency in almost any given written situation and provides mathemtaical reasoning to support its results (Gerking and Mutti 1127).
17. Desoite the court’s answer the case of U.S vs Rhodes shows that the 14th amendment has not yet been fully understood to answer the quesion whois a natural born citizen of the U.S. However less than 320 years later the amendment was recognized and accepted enough to include a chinese american born in California (Kendall 358).
18. Most countries allowed birthright citizenship because it was an easy way of knowing who is subject to the Kings power. However as time passes nations from all over are choosing to forgo this policy (Kendall 359).
19.Many constitutions from different countries do not provide anything for birthright citizenship. Instead some countries have modified citizenship and or jus sanguinis (Kendall 360).
20. Maybe Ireland has the answer to the question of birthright citizenship. The recent reformities in Ireland dealing with this subject are import to the U.S because it 's an issue both countries share filled with the same amount of contradicting opinions (Kendall

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