Should the children of migrants who live in French territories be allowed to join their families?
@96JY799from New York answered…1mo
Yes, but only if they have entered the county legally
@96G24SQfrom Missouri answered…1mo
Yes, but only those under the age of 18 years old
@92DFTYKfrom New Jersey answered…7mos
Depends on situation and age of kid
@9293J54from Utah answered…8mos
Yes, but only children under 18
@8ZW76HCfrom Utah answered…8mos
They should be able to visit and work to be a citizen, but shouldn't be able to get free access to the country.
@8ZV5J7Lfrom Florida answered…8mos
Yes, If they can be supported by the family already in France and passes a screening
@8ZPW2XBfrom New York answered…9mos
No, they shouldn't be in France in the first place.
@8ZJ8NM4from New York answered…9mos
They should be checked if they are criminals but be fasttracked
@8Y64F46from Maine answered…11mos
Yes, but with certain conditions.
@8VP95M6from Indiana answered…1yr
yes, if they adapt to the culture and learn the language
@8TRJYDKfrom Maine answered…1yr
Yes, but only if their families abide by European values.
@8SHNYT5from Georgia answered…2yrs
Only if their parents are citizens and NO relatives or other family members will be allowed in
@8SFCSJSfrom Indiana answered…2yrs
If it’s in French territory. Not in Italy
@8KKR92Mfrom Maine answered…2yrs
All illegal immigrants must be deported.
Every illegal immigrant must be deported.
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