Are children of undocumented immigrants born in the U.S. entitled to citizenship?

Texas is denying birth certificates to children born in the United States, but whose parents are undocumented.

Four undocumented mothers in Texas who were denied birth certificates for their Texas-born babies are fighting the state's action in federal court.

During an interview on Telemundo's "Un Nuevo Día" today, she explained what it is all about. the lawsuit filed by these mothers and what they should do while the case is being resolved.

I also answer the question of a viewer who wants to know if she can reopen a pending immigration case after missing a consular appointment.

They are reminded that there is a penalty law, which penalizes certain immigrants who have lived illegally in the United States, prohibiting them from re-entering for 3 to 10 years. They should not leave the country to pick up their immigrant visa without first consulting with an immigration attorney.

The following is the interview: