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State Department Says It Will Crack Down On Visas Permitting 'Birth Tourism'

NPR Thursday, 23 January 2020
The Trump administration has announced new visa restrictions to a bid to stop pregnant women from coming to the U.S. for purpose of giving birth to new American citizens.
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The Trump administration unveils new rule placing visa restrictions on pregnant travelers. According to Business Insider, the rule may be instilled to prevent them from giving birth in the U.S. They want to stop “birth tourism,” which is when foreigners have children in the U.S. to get documents...

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