62 Million Migrants and Their US-Born Children Are Now Living in the US!

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Re-read that headline.  The Center for Immigration Studies says that there are nearly 62-million migrants and their children, who were born in the US and given birthright citizenship, living within the country. There were 17.1-million US-born minor children of immigrants in the country as of 2017.  Immigrants and their US-born children now represent about one-in-five residents in America, a population that is expected to increase if current legal immigration levels continue. -GEG

There are now an unprecedented nearly 62 million immigrants and their United States-born children residing in the country, new analysis from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) finds.

Newly released analysis from CIS researchers based on Census Bureau data reveals that there are about 61.6 million immigrants and their U.S.-born children — given birthright citizenship — living across the country. There were 17.1 million U.S.-born minor children of immigrants in the country as of 2017.

Immigrants and their U.S.-born children now represent about one in five residents in America, a population that is expected to increase should current legal immigration levels continue unchanged and uncontrolled.

The U.S. is nearly alone in granting birthright citizenship to the children of foreign nationals. For example, the U.S. and Canada are the two only developed nations with birthright citizenship. On the other hand, countries such as France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, and Germany all have either outlawed birthright citizenship or never had such a policy to begin with.

Between 2010 and 2017, about 9.5 million immigrants resettled in the U.S. The total foreign-born population is now 44.5 million, a 108-year record high, making up nearly 14 percent of the total country’s population.

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Why aren’t Americans demanding an end to birthright citizenship? You know what this means don’t you: WELFARE FOR THE KIDS THAT WE HAVE TO BUST OUR ASSES TO PAY FOR!

JOIN ME IN EMAILING MR. TRUMP EVERY DAY UNTIL HE ENDS THIS!

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Tony, the Office of the US President does NOT have those powers, that belongs to those who serve within the Senate and the House of Representatives. President Trump can only enforce whatever those that serve within the House of Reps and Senate create. This was done because those are the elected ones, ones we can remove and replace if they do not do the job that the position they (temporarily) occupy has delegated to it. That too is important to know. All powers are DELEGATED, and are NOT delegated to the people who serve within our governments – state and… Read more »