Immigration True/False Blitz

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Can you tell which statements about US immigration are true, and which are false?

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Anyone married to a U.S. citizen cannot be deported.
Immigrants do not have to register for Selective Service.
U.S. Citizens can be deported from the U.S.
Canadians do not need immigration documents to move to the U.S.
Anyone who applies for asylum automatically gets a work permit.
Children cannot be deported (removed) from the United States.
U.S. Citizens can sponsor grandparents and cousins.
Dan Aykroyd, Liz Claiborne, and Alexander Graham Bell are/were immigrants.
Permanent residents can vote in U.S. national elections.
People born in Puerto Rico are U.S. citizens.
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All immigrants enter the U.S. through Ellis Island.
Anybody can 'sponsor' an immigrant to come to the U.S. and work.
Most immigrants come into the U.S. illegally.
Anyone can adopt anyone and make them a U.S. citizen.
Immigrants don't pay taxes.
Immigrants do not learn English.
One can become a U.S. citizen just by having a baby in the U.S.
One can become a U.S. citizen just by getting married.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security is responsible for immigration.
Legal Permanent Residents can sponsor their parents.

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