Ah, those great irrelevant memes. I wasn't aware anyone was opposing immigration. Why can't the lefties get it through their thick skulls that ILLEGALS are being opposed? It's the same difference as between an honorably discharged veteran and a military deserter. Deserters do not get veteran's benefits.
And as to Ivana's citizenship, that usually follows the father - not the mother. I was surprised to learn that American women who married a foreign national once lost their citizenship! I discovered that when I ran across my grandfather's cousin applying to have her citizenship restored, since she was now a widow. She had been married to a Brit. This act apparently has ever been repealed, though it is just sort of ignored nowadays.
"The Cable Act of 1922 (ch. 411, 42 Stat. 1021, "Married Women's Independent Nationality Act") was a United States federal law that reversed former immigration laws regarding marriage. (It is also known as the Married Women's Citizenship Act or the Women's Citizenship Act). Previously, a woman lost her US citizenship if she married a foreign man, since she assumed the citizenship of her husband, a law that did not apply to US citizen men who married foreign women. The law repealed sections 3 and 4 of the Expatriation Act of 1907."