Immigration and Citizenship

Using the Constitution’s text and history to protect the constitutional rights of American citizens and immigrants
Eastern European Jewish war orphans arrive in the United States | American Jewish Joint Distribution Center


The Fourteenth Amendment’s Citizenship Clause is one of the most important provisions of the Constitution, guaranteeing birthright citizenship. CAC uses this and other constitutional provisions, along with federal statutes, to ensure that the rights of all are secured.

Immigration and Citizenship in Brief