The children of some U.S. military members and government workers overseas will have a harder time getting citizenship under a Trump administration policy announced Wednesday.
The changes will affect a relatively small number of people. But the announcement touched off widespread confusion and outrage — with immigrant and veterans’ advocates questioning why the administration would change the rules for people who are serving their country.
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