US Citizenships Questioned by Immigration Authorities

A growing number of Americans are having their passports taken away and their citizenship called into question by immigration authorities.

The Washington Post reported that some Latinos born in U.S. cities along the Texas-Mexico border are being denied American passports, held in immigration detention centers and placed into deportation proceedings.

Others have been blocked from entering the United States.

According to the Post, those having passports taken away or their applications rejected have something in common: They were largely born near the Texas-Mexico border and are Hispanic descendants.

The U.S. government alleges that from the 1950s through the 1990s, midwives and physicians working along the border issued American birth certificates to babies born in Mexico, which some birth attendants have admitted to in court.
 

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