Wales youth team guru Brian Flynn is backing the plan.
"People who grew up in Wales often can't represent the country they've lived in most of their life because their nearest maternity hospital is in England," Flynn told BBC Sport.
"That is the case in parts of mid and north Wales near the borders where the local hospitals are in Chester and Shrewsbury.
"So they could have been brought up, been educated and spent all of their life in Wales and consider it to be their country but they are only, in fact, eligible to represent England at senior level."
The four "Home Nations" are in a unique position as, while players play for different countries, they all have the same passports as United Kingdom nationals.
Meanwhile, some players born outside the four UK nations to British parents have been able to choose which to represent - such as Channel Islanders Graeme Le Saux and Matthew Le Tissier, who both opted for England, while Wales' past players include Cyprus-born Jeremy Goss and Singapore-born Eric Young.
However, the four nations have a stricter eligibility criteria than Fifa actually demand as other international teams can call up a "foreign" player once he is naturalised after two years in that country.
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