VICTORY: Texas to stop denying US-born, citizen children their full citizenship rights

In 2013, Nancy Hernandez gave birth to a baby girl in a hospital in Texas. When she went to the county office to get a birth certificate, officials told Ms. Hernandez, an undocumented Mexican immigrant living in the U.S., that the rules had changed. Texas required a valid U.S. visa which Ms. Hernandez did not have. On July 25th, Texas agreed to settle the case, agreeing to accept other documents from parents to prove their children were U.S. citizens.

Read more about the decision here.