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    One Less Anchor Baby - Thanks Mexico!

    Chinese Woman Turned Back at U.S. Border Gives Birth in Mexico

    REYNOSA, Mexico – A 9-months-pregnant Chinese woman traveled more than 15,000 kilometers (9,300 miles) so her baby could be born in the United States, but she was turned back at the border and wound up giving birth in Mexico.

    The coordinator of the CAMEF children’s shelter in Reynosa, Eleuterio Valdez Villarreal, where the woman is awaiting the resolution of her immigration situation, said that she wanted her child to be a U.S. citizen.

    Valdez said that Zhu Shuying was detained by Mexican immigration when she tried to make it across the swollen Rio Grande River to Texas.

    He said that since none of the Mexican immigration officials could understand Chinese, Zhu, 20, was transferred to the immigration department offices, but during the early hours of July 13 she began to go into labor and was attended to in a clinic in Reynosa, located just across the border from McAllen, Texas.

    Velez said that Zhu shows symptoms of hysteria, “she was very nervous, nobody understood her,
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    Now

    Is her child a Mexican citizen?

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    Re: Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Tbow009
    Is her child a Mexican citizen?
    I don't know but I hope not because you know Mexico's view...

    "Whevever there is a Mexican, there is Mexico..."

    AND... the US won't be as likely to pander to yet another illegal alien if the child is not from Meheco...
    As Aristotle said, “Tolerance and apathy are the first virtue of a dying civilization.

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    Mexico – A 9-months-pregnant Chinese woman traveled more than 15,000 kilometers (9,300 miles) so her baby could be born in the United States, but she was turned back at the border and wound up giving birth in Mexico.
    LOL... ! That's great news!

    The coordinator of the CAMEF children’s shelter in Reynosa, Eleuterio Valdez Villarreal, where the woman is awaiting the resolution of her immigration situation, said that she wanted her child to be a U.S. citizen.
    Of course she wanted her child to be a U.S. citizen! That's a shocker! Funny how she isn't requesting mexican citizenship for her baby...
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    Re: Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Tbow009
    Is her child a Mexican citizen?
    Not hardly...mexico does not recognize birthright citizenship. One of the parents must be a mexican citizen for the baby to claim mexican citizenship.
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    how did a Chinese citizen who doesn't speak english nor spanish and young was able to travel to Mexico let alone know where the Rio Grande and try to cross over to the US border?

    doesn't the airlines forbid pregnant mothers to fly days before due date?
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    Funny how mexican authorities prevented her from entering the US illegally, while turning a blind eye to millions of their own citizens sneaking over our border. But then again, a Chinese woman (profiling anyone?) doens't further the mexican agenda.

    I'm glad she was stopped before entering, but all illegal aliens must be stopped.
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