Yes, it sucks when your parents screw up your immigration paperwork, but I'd like to remind everyone, including our oblivious monkey-media, that just living in the US does not automatically make you a citizen. It does not entitle you to the rights and priviledges you hear us talking about on TV and radio. It does not entitle you to tear your shirts and cry "persecution" when we ask you to leave when your cousins cause us trouble.
When you enter this country, any country, you are a guest. There are certain obligations you must fulfill, certain paperwork that must be kept up-to-date. If you don't, the only thing you have a right to is a ticket back to wherever you came from. I expect nothing more or less when I travel abroad. I get deeply annoyed when the rest of the world, and our own media, don't understand this simple fact.