The Importance Of Birthright Citizenship In The United States
to work, to reunite with their families, or to flee persecution. Denying birthright citizenship will not discourage unauthorized immigrants from coming to the country and it will not encourage those already here to leave. Since children born to undocumented immigrants would presumably be undocumented, the size of the undocumented populations would actually increase as a result of the new policy. While some children of citizens could acquire the citizenship of their parents, children of undocumented parents would be left with no citizenship or nationality, leaving them stateless. It is not the child’s fault where he is born. He did nothing illegal, and he can serve the country if the country is loyal to him and gives him a chance.
In long term perspective, birthright citizenship creates a good image for a democratic country. It shows the rest of the world that the country works towards helping humanity and makes a good impression on other nations. A democratic country is committed to spreading democracy and freedom across the world, helping others including refugees. Citizenship should be made up of three major things namely politics, social rights, and civil