U.S. immigration law has many policy potholes. Citizenship rules for adopted immigrant children is one such chasm.
Brought here as youngsters, thousands end up as persons without a country to call home.
They grow up believing they are American citizens.
Only to find out, years later, when they're adults, that they lack valid immigration status.
They're vulnerable to being deported to a country that does not recognize them as one of their own.
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