Citizenship For Granted

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I have lived my entire life in the USA, as I am sure many other students have as well. Citizenship to me then is something I have always and will always have. However, this does not mean that I take it for granted. The first article listed that many countries people are immigrating from have Third World-level conditions, and whenever I see examples of or hear about those conditions I have renewed gratitude for being born in such an amazing country. So while I do not take my citizenship for granted, I do think I should spend more time thinking about how problems of illegal immigration could be solved. I do not have an answer at the moment obviously, but I do believe it is a pressing and prevalent question. On the other hand, illegal immigration
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