Us citizenship for children of illegal immigrants
Variable: undockid
Module:
Multiculturalism
Subject:
Federal Government
,
Immigration
,
United States
Survey Questions
Questions associated with this variable:

Under current law, immigrants who come from other countries to the United States legally are entitled, from the very beginning, to government assistance such as Medicaid, food stamps, or welfare on the same basis as citizens. But some people say they should not be eligible until they have lived here for a year or more. Which do you think? Do you think that immigrants who are here legally should be eligible for such services as soon as they come, or should they not be eligible?'
A. What about "undocumented aliens," that is, those who have immigrated to this country illegally?
3. Should they be entitled to have their children continue to qualify as American citizens if born in the United States, or not?

Year Availability
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Summary by Year
Showing All Years
Code Label
1 Yes, qualify
2 No, not qualify
8 Don't know
9 No answer
0 Not applicable
1994
706
659
88
21
1518
Summary Statistics
Valid cases 1365
Missing cases 61101