Skip to comments.Analysis: More than 10 million US citizens live with an undocumented immigrant
Posted on 09/13/2021 3:39:50 AM PDT by Erik Latranyi
More than 10 million U.S. citizens share a household with an undocumented immigrant, according to a new analysis of Census Bureau data by immigration advocacy group FWD.us.
Nearly half of those U.S. citizens, 4.9 million, are children who have at least one undocumented parent.
The report shows the extent to which undocumented immigrants are integrated in their communities, with 22 million people living in mixed status households.
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11 million more through a process
Ultimately the goal is to make the white (Caucasian) the minority in their own country. To make them nothing more than a serf aka slave in the country in which they were born and raised.
In CA, AZ, NM, South Texas; it is very common for marriages across the border. ? Yes, with Husband a citizen on one side, wife a citizen on other side of US/MX border. It is because of benefits of citizenship in both countries withinin the family. There are many abuses of benefits due to the laws.
Unless things have changed, in Mexico you must be a Mexican citizen to own property in MX.
In the US, we do not recognize dual citizenship, but in fact there are cases where it exists. It is my understanding that in MX dual citizenship is possible.
This has existed for a number of generations.
Naw the Second Civil War will happen before that. Yugoslavia times 100.
“10 million U.S. citizens share a household with an undocumented immigrant...”
What it really means is 10 million ANCHOR babies. None of them are real US citizens. They should ALL be deported.
Well, of course. Nearly all of them are live-in servants “employed” by Leftists and RINOS.
I was a guest for a time at the home of a Spanish aristocrat, descendant of secret Jews, from Mexico. He was very very white.
Blacks descended from slaves have the same problem with illegals. Moreso, because they drive down wages. Minimum wage, the leftards say, should be 15 an hour. Then the illegals come in and work off the books for five an hour. Junior can’t find a summer job because the high minimum wage precludes entry-level workers, and employers don’t pay that, because they can hire illegals. But there’s always pushing dope. Pay’s good, you get your very own gun, and your customers will put out for a fix. No retirement, though, because drive-bys will shorten your life.
This is true, but all that means is the law doesn’t mention it at all. It is not expressly allowed, and not banned. This effectively means that dual citizenship is completely, 100% legal in the USA.
Well, there ya go.
Multiply by x and you have the REAL number.
“I was a guest for a time at the home of a Spanish aristocrat, descendant of secret Jews, from Mexico. He was very very white.”
When I moved to Hollywood many years ago, my very first landlord, I thought was Irish American. Met the husband, same thing. I learned the last name was Mexican and it blew my mind. They had a kid who had streaks of blond hair. They’re from the Mazatlan region, and could easily hands down pass as white unless you hear them talk in Spanish.
That must be a very large house.
1965 (Ted Kennedy) along with 1986 (Ronald Reagan) were the turning points. That said, many, many Hispanics are good Americans, and their sons fight for this country.
Yes. And our law mentions undivided loyalty in relation to naturalized citizens.
It should be so.
A quite reasonable reading of the state of the law is that nothing precludes formally holding multiple citizenships as long as the individual chooses to be loyal to the USA in every situation where the duties of their various citizenships conflict.
It should be noted that direct conflict in these duties is fairly rare, and usually only arise in wartime, or if an individual seeks a policy-level position in a government.
Lol. Plus, apparently there’s only one undocumented immigrant.
My point is that loyalty is an intensely personal matter, and the formal holding of multiple citizenships does not mean that someone is de facto disloyal to the United States. It matters more how the person behaves in certain situations.
Exactly when the family court started to punish fathers severely by taking away all their rights to their children and making them indentured servants via the gov't "child" support bureaucracy for 18+ years.
What could go wrong?
Yes, I understand. But it is also used for bad purposes.
You cannot serve 2 masters.
I do understand the reality of it.
Not questioning your view.
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