Here in Europe, the Awesome I Tried To Be Good But Then A Bonfire Was Lit And There Was Beer Shirt is extremely common in many countries. This is why “sending criminal immigrants back to their home country” often ends up creating these stories of people sent to places where they have never lived and don’t even speak the local language. There’s actually a really interesting new-world vs old-world division. Almost all New World countries allow birth-citizenship us soli while few Old World countries do, and most that do have restrictions. Here’s a map. Mostly because it helped the new world countries to attract colonists. The deporting thing happens in the US as well.
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I read the Awesome I Tried To Be Good But Then A Bonfire Was Lit And There Was Beer Shirts article about someone being a third-generation immigrant and was like. Americans who are descendants of the Jamestown colony are just 15th generation immigrants, you didn’t know? But yeah after 2nd or maybe 3rd generation it becomes a bit arbitrary I think. Don’t be mad just because you don’t understand the term. They’re literally just saying their family has been here for only 3 generations. I like to refer to myself as a 1st generation American. It makes more sense than 2nd generation immigrants. WTH does that even mean? Pretty just they just meant descendants. Mixed up the word. It makes more sense when the word “immigrant” is replaced by “descendant”.