Jennifer Correro

immigration attorney in Houston

Immigration attorney in Houston

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The government says that between the 1950s and 1990s, midwives and doctors along the Texas-Mexico border were giving U.S. birth certificates to babies actually born in Mexico.

Born in Guam, living in Maryland -- U.S. passport denied

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