U.S. congressional lawmakers have criticized the Republican Party's efforts to amendment the country's Constitution and adversely affect birthright citizenship for U.S.-born children of undocumented immigrants.
In a CBS News and New York Times survey, registered Republican voters overwhelmingly will not support a congressional candidate favoring a path to citizenship. Fifty-eight percent of registered Republicans are less likely to support such a candidate, while only 18 percent would be "more likely" to vote for the candidate.
The Obama administration recently cautioned that unanswered questions regarding immigration status and the legitimacy of citizenship may result in hundreds of thousands of people losing their taxpayer-subsidized insurance, which was recently granted to uninsured individuals nationwide under the Affordable Care Act.
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico was home to Bilingual ESPN anchor Alfredo Lomeli until he was 6 years old. That's when Lomeli, who's widely recognized for hosting and producing Tu Estilo, made the trip to San Antonio, Texas with his parents, and when he would first experience the fear of being undocumented in America.
The Dominican Republic, the Caribbean country also known as Quisqueya, has recently declared that the children of undocumented Haitian migrants are no longer entitled to Dominican citizenship -- enraging and affecting tens of thousands of people.