Regarding the debate over children born to immigrants, as a former Russian lawyer, I suggest a curious comparison.
If a child is born to Russian parents in America, he is a citizen of the United States. This is American law.
If a child is born to American parents in Russia, he is not a citizen of Russia. Why? Because according to American law, he is still a citizen of the United States. This is Russian law.
Isn't it a reason why a lot of Russians live in the United States, and no Americans in Russia?
VLADAMIR BOGORAD Van Nuys