Fraud Fears Leave US Citizenship of Thousands in Doubt In the early 1990s, dozens of midwives were convicted of forging US birth certificates for about 15,000 children born in Mexico as far back as the 1960s. As a result, the US government no longer trusts that anyone in a small town region of Texas delivered by a midwife is an American citizen. In those cases, the government demands additional proof — a demand that has applicants scouring school warehouses and church offices to document their pasts.0 Comments
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