Anchor Babies can legalize their illegal parents too
The two citizenship benefits that have drawn the most attention in the birthright citizenship debate are, first, food assistance and other welfare benefits to which a family of illegal aliens would not otherwise have access, and second, the ability of the child when he grows up to legalize his parents, and also to bring into the United States his foreign-born spouse and any foreign-born siblings. The sponsored spouse can, in turn, sponsor her own foreign-born parents and siblings, and the siblings can, in turn, sponsor their own foreign-born spouses, and so on, generating a virtually never-ending and always-expanding migration chain.
Posted on May 26, 2011, in Pig Trough and tagged Alien (law), Anchor baby, Birthright citizenship in the United States, David Vitter, illegal immigration, Immigration, United States, welfare. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.