Chinese Women Giving Birth in the US for Passports

by admin on March 3, 2016

Increasing numbers of pregnant Chinese women are flocking to the US shortly before their due date, due to the US rules that automatically grant citizenship to anyone born in the States.

About 10,000 Chinese women traveled to the US to give birth in 2012, a figure double the 4,200 in 2008.

US immigration attorneys in Thailand Chaninat and Leeds are experts US visa law

As CNN writes, this birth tourism industry has sprouted out of parents desire to obtain a US passport for their child, should the Chinese pollution and food safety scares become too great an issue.

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