Chinese mothers-to-be would pay up to 50,000 dollar to a birth tourism agency to deliver their babies in the U.S. Agencies help their clients usher through visa process, and provide pre and post natal services, and relevant documents including birth certificate. Nowadays, their services even grow to kid’s school entrance and household immigration when the “anchor baby” finally turn 21.
Babies ever born in the U.S. will automatically have U.S. citizenship. Reasons for people choosing birth tourism vary, but this is the first step to start their huge, long-term and ambitious plan. This matter can be dark in the shadows for the Americans, but this is pretty out in the open in China. One can easily find advertisement information online in China.
One TV news piece I watched online can be misleading and I would love to point it out. Well, now I am almost accustomed to the misleadings**. Continue reading