In a one-world government this wouldn't be an issue.
Once again, the absolute and obvious differences between the United States and
other nations come to the fore. Many undocumented children receive benefits in
the US because our laws don't require evidence of legal residence or
citizenship. Now Mexico shows it true colors by making it extremely difficult,
if not impossible, for its own citizens to receive benefits in a country where
by law they are citizens. Mexico continues to make life as an illegal resident
in the US easier than life in their own nation.Children born to US
citizens outside the US simply have to register the birth at a US Consulae or
Embassy. When they return to the US they have instant access to benefits to
which they are entitled.
It's not a problem and they don't lose their rights, they just need to
fill out the papers. Citizens not filling out papers in the US have
just as much, if not more problems. The story is not a problem, but
a lack of following laws.
We should have made living in the US more hospitable for them. We benefit from