Breaking: Trump to make “birth citizenship” illegal while Trump personally has “citizenized” thousands for the Kosher Nostra

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While Trump has been making millions on personally running a “birth tourism” scam for Kosher Nostra, with mobsters naming their little girls “Melania” more than any other name, we thought it couldn’t get worse.

Our Russian news source touts Trump’s fight against filling America with criminals while the truth, which we include as well, delightfully points out the real facts, not Trump’s “alternative facts,” that he is, of course, just another Kosher Nostra “Don.”

Sputnik/Moscow: Under the US constitution, a child born on US soil automatically qualifies for citizenship. This provision has long been debated by US lawmakers, and President Trump has repeatedly stated that he is “seriously” considering legal measures to try to end the practice.

The Trump administration is working on measures to end “birth tourism”, or the practice of visiting the United States to give birth to a child who automatically receives US citizenship, and is planning on rolling out new rules on the matter as soon as later this week, three unnamed administration officials have told Axios.

“This change is intended to address the national security and law enforcement risks associated with birth tourism, including criminal activity associated with the birth tourism industry,” a State Department official told the news outlet.

But the Daily Beast reported

“American citizenship for the newborn girl was the goal of Kuzmin and his Instagram-celebrity wife, who sought the help of birth-tourism services in Florida for the arrival of their first child. They are among the estimated hundreds of Russian parents who flock to the U.S. annually for warm weather, excellent medical care, and, more importantly, birthright American citizenship.

And many, like Kuzmin and his wife, stay at President Donald Trump’s properties in Florida.

While Trump rails against U.S.-born children of undocumented immigrants, his Florida properties have become a playground for birth tourists from Russia’s upper crust. The Daily Beast has discovered several companies are advertising rentals in Trump properties to expectant Russian parents. While the Trump Organization does not directly profit from subleases of privately owned condos, it does benefit from Russian patronage of the nearby Trump International Beach Resort. (The Trump Organization did not return requests comment.)

Many of the companies that cater to Russian birth tourists advertise their services openly and warn no one will get in trouble as long as they don’t lie on immigration paperwork.

Baby Boom

A thriving Russian émigré community has grown around the Miami suburbs, making it a home away from home for those looking for a few months away from Russia’s bitter winters. The area’s most popular Russian deli, a mainstay for many moms on birthing forums, as well as other shops serving a taste of Eastern Europe, sit directly across the street from the Trump International Beach Resort, Trump Palace, and Trump Royale.

The Florida Trump properties are convenient options for wealthy Russians who can afford it. They are notorious for being investment properties for Russia’s hyper-wealthy, a safe place to store savings in U.S. dollars. And birth-tourism companies offer Trump apartments as part of packages costing upwards of $75,000.
SVM-MED, a Miami birth-tourism company that also boasts outposts in Moscow and Kiev, offers three tiers of packages to its clients, with the top two advertising lodging in Trump Towers. The most expensive package costs $84,700 for a Trump Tower II apartment with a gold-tiled bathtub and chauffeured Cadillac Escalade or Mercedes Benz.

Miami-Boom advertises an apartment at Trump Royale with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The website doesn’t list a price, but the same apartment is listed on other real-estate websites for $5,000 a month.

A third company, albeit aimed largely at Ukrainian customers, promises that Miami’s Sunny Isles suburb has excellent condominium options, “some of which, like Trump Towers, were created by American multi-billionaire Donald Trump himself!”

Another offering, from Status-Med, a company with offices in Moscow and Miami, advertises a Trump Royale penthouse apartment on its website for $7,000 a month.

Status-Med is affiliated with the Sunny Medical Center, a clinic just down the street from the Trump properties in Sunny Isles. It organizes beachside yoga, get-togethers, and medical care for expectant mothers. Owner Vera Muzyka said Trump properties are in high demand among her clients.

“And also, the name Melania has become very popular,” she added.”

A second official explained that the step is part of a broader campaign by Washington to intensify the visa vetting process. The new rules would reportedly include altering requirements for visitor visas to the US (known as B visas), with the State Department possibly receiving new powers allowing them to deny foreign nationals entry if they are suspected of visiting the US explicitly for the purpose of giving birth.

While it remains unclear how the process would be enforced, one of the officials said consular officers at US embassies abroad are already “remarkably skilled at sussing out true versus false claims”, possibly indicating that these officers will be tasked with enforcing the new policy.

According to a March 2019 report by the Associated Press, travelling to the US to try to gain automatic US citizenship is a popular practice among Chinese, Nigerian and Russian nationals, among others. The US government does not keep tabs on exactly how many children are born to foreign citizens engaged in “birth tourism,” although a recent estimate by the Center for Immigration Studies puts the number at some 33,000 between 2016 and 2017.

Trump has repeatedly threatened to end the practice of birthright citizenship, possibly by executive order. In mid-2019, the president reiterated his opposition to the practice, saying his administration was “looking at that very seriously”, and calling the current laws, provided for under US law by the 14th Amendment of the constitution, “frankly ridiculous”.

Trump made cracking down on immigration one of his top pre-election pledges in 2016, committing billions of dollars of funding to a border fence along the border with Mexico, considering caps on work visas, and detaining and deporting people entering or staying in the United States illegally.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. I wonder if these birth tourists realize that they’ve placed an IRS yolk around the necks of their born in the USA babies? The USA taxes its citizens no matter where in the world they reside. It is quite unique in this practice. The only other country to use citizenship based taxation is Eritrea. There are people who were born in the USA to non-American parents who may have spent only their first few months in the USA and would dearly love Trump’s initiative to become law and to be made retroactive so they would be free of filing taxes to what is a foreign country to them. At present their only way out is to pay the high price of renouncing their unwanted US citizenship.

    • The USA has spawned another type of tourism called “renunciation tourism”. A renunciation of US citizenship can only be done in person, by appointment, at a US consulate (or embassy) and the fee for this service is the highest in the world. Since wait times for appointments at some US consulates can be ridiculously long (up to a year) renunciants sometimes seek shorter waits at distant consulates. For instance, they will travel to another province in Canada but I also know someone in Canada who travelled to Iceland and another to Mexico to shed their US citizenship.

  2. I support Trump ending the practice of birth tourism in US as it is colonial legacy and heritage, and goes hand in hand with gerrymandering, green card lottery, gold rush and educational privilege. Not to even mention the “join the US army” privileges, the French foreign legion joining-for-underprivileged is Dunkin’ Doughnuts compared to US army. There should be some rules and boundaries, such as knowing the language and history and living at least 5 to 7 years, which is no different than most of the remaining free world. However the US-Israel dual citizenship remains to be the greatest source of breaching the national security in the US, where you have the prime minister of Israel basically being US citizen at will and this is quickly becoming neocolonial legacy, especially since US are super-nation. What is worth for Mexicans or Lebanese should work as well for Europeans and Israelis but we know it will not happen under the orange guy.

    • man, this is bs! most of civilized countries has similar laws (unfortunately?). it is not any “colonial legacy”. it has roots in rights of child, which is helpless and such laws are from days when adults understood that children need care and protection and took that responsibility. us spent bilions a day for war and you woul let children die because you have problem with their parents?! are you serious? and this is delusional anyway, in any european state child would have better care. these examples in article are different stories. rich people just want easy access into us (and or bypass sanctions or so), it is not a case like in scandinavia or germany, where people without money abuse their social care system which us even have not any like this…

    • The reason the Israel citizenship is acceptable for an American is because the US is now a Jewish nation and Israel is its satellite. Or maybe the US is the satellite?

      Nevertheless, the US has been completely infiltrated and those who do not align with the Jewish power are subject to the whim of the jew. The main jew being trump the tranny.

  3. “The Florida Trump properties are convenient options for wealthy Russians who can afford it. They are notorious for being investment properties for Russia’s hyper-wealthy, a safe place to store savings in U.S. dollars.”
    Looks like Trump can sanction anyone else for doing business with Russians, but his organization is good to go. They don’t even try to hide the criminality. What a corrupt cesspool!

    • Yes, Edward, this “birth tourism” sounds stupid and has money for passport option. The majority of Russians with everage salary $500/month will never even think about such a deal.

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