In the old country we also have that birthright citizenship thing. It helps for example abandoned babies, which at least gives them a citizenship, when they are found within our borders. In Taiwan, those babies exist in limbo, no ID, no chance at education or access to healthcare. This issue has been partially addressed but still it is a problem.
Now in the US the nationality by birthright has been abused. Bring such a business, especially by people of means who would have other venues to achieve the same goal, I’d also support a constitutional amendment voted in Congress that such birthright would extend say to children of legal residents only, not tourists. Dreamers born in the US before the law is voted in are given citizenship being the last ones benefited by this legal hole. Asylum seekers could be considered legal residents if their petitions are in the system, but being a can of worms maybe this would need more legal considerations.