The Importance Of Citizenship In The United States

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Citizenship as it has been stated in the constitution, accepts all people who were born in the United States to be citizen of the United States. A great number of people also agrees for illegal people to stays in the United States although they disagree for them to apply for permanent resident. Another problem is whether a border should be made around the borders and the argument have continued over the year.
The cartoon clearly describe the uncertainty of undocumented or illegal people to citizenship. The sign to citizenship shows what the constitution has stated that all people born should be counted as citizen. However, there is no bridge or path that indicates there is no clear laws that bind all the states to make illegal people as a

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