Chinese Pregnant women Have Babies in U.S.

Expectant mothers are coddled and catered to in relative luxury.

U.S. birth tourism in San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles,  the largest concentration of Chinese American communities in the United States. Eight of the 10 cities in the U.S. with the largest proportion of Chinese Americans are located in the San Gabriel Valley in incorporated cities like Walnut, Rowland Heights, San Marino, Rosemead, Temple City and Monterey Park.
The maternity homes themselves are illegal.
Chinese-language websites pulled down results for dozens of such homes now operating in residential neighborhoods in San Gabriel Valley cities. The sites encourage pregnant women to come to the United States to receive care before and after giving birth to U.S.
All the websites promise the help of their legal teams to ensure the newborn gets their birth certificate, U.S. passport and social security card. Representative  here and here.
For fees starting at $35,000, Chinese women receive room and board in upscale townhouses, VIP shopping excursions and a chance to deliver their babies in the United States  to deliver  instant U.S. citizens.
“One Child Policy.” By going overseas to deliver, the mother escapes the bounds of Chinese legislation, and can potentially have another baby upon her return to China.
The second reason is a little more far-reaching, and requires a degree of patience. Under the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, any child born within the bounds of America’s borders automatically becomes a U.S. citizen. The key here is that once that child turns 21, he/she’s able to petition to allow his/her parents to join them as residents of the United States.

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