There was a threatened conversation about this, so to kick it off, I give you Yogi, from Daily Kos by way of the count
Yogi was born in 1925 and 1930 U.S. Census records show that Yogi’s father, Pietro, who arrived in the U.S. from northern Italy in 1909, still declared as an alien five years after Yogi was born. So did his mother, Pauline. It didn’t matter to Yogi, of course. The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guaranteed him citizenship. Berra died Tuesday, and here’s the Sports Illustrated headline on its obituary: “Remembering the great American life of Yankees Legend Yogi Berra.” Yogi’s certainly was a great American life. Emphasis on “American.” And it was a life made possible by the 14th Amendment. (link)
Of course, that might be weighing the rhetorical scales a bit, but since Mario Mendoza went back to Mexico, I leave it to McT to provide a counter example.