Presently, children born to parents stationed abroad are still legally deemed to be "residing in the United States," which allows the parents to acquire automatic citizenship for their children.
Now, he wants to strip military babies of the automatic U.S. citizenship if they're born overseas," author Grant Stern wrote in a tweet on Wednesday night under the hashtag.
Now, he wants to strip military babies of the automatic U.S. citizenship if they're born overseas.
Sickened to hear that citizenship will now become difficult for kids born overseas to military families.
"Trump's administration is saying that when active members of OUR OWN MILITARY give birth while they are deployed overseas, their children are not considered U.S. citizens.
Acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli took to Twitter to stress that the new rule "does NOT impact birthright citizenship." »