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NATURAL BORN CITIZEN: THE MOST CONCLUSIVE DEFINITION

NATURAL BORN CITIZEN: THE MOST CONCLUSIVE DEFINITION

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Citizenship at birth alone is insufficient to determine natural-born citizenship. It alone is not sufficient to be born of citizen parents. Those who are citizens by birth and born to citizen parents are natural born citizens.

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"Vatall's definition of birth to two citizens (jus sanguinis) within the country (jus soli), unquestionably distinguishes the natural law fact of "natural born citizen,..." ~ Orly Taitz.

The CONSTITUTION does NOT say: No person, except one "born in the country, of parents who are citizens" [Vattel].

If the Founders had not wanted an expansive definition of citizenship, it would only have been necessary to say, 'no person, except a native-born citizen.' Or: 'no person, except one born in the country, of parents who are citizens' !

'Natural' 'Born' >>> Born of Citizen Parents. 'Born' 'Citizen' >>> Citizen From Birth.

Natural-born citizens are those who are citizens of the United States FROM BIRTH and whose PARENTS ARE CITIZENS of the United States at the time of their birth.

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Citizenship at birth alone is insufficient to determine natural-born citizenship. It alone is not sufficient to be born of citizen parents. Those who are citizens by birth and born to citizen parents are natural born citizens.

------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- -----------------------

"Vatall's definition of birth to two citizens (jus sanguinis) within the country (jus soli), unquestionably distinguishes the natural law fact of "natural born citizen,..." ~ Orly Taitz.

The CONSTITUTION does NOT say: No person, except one "born in the country, of parents who are citizens" [Vattel].

If the Founders had not wanted an expansive definition of citizenship, it would only have been necessary to say, 'no person, except a native-born citizen.' Or: 'no person, except one born in the country, of parents who are citizens' !

'Natural' 'Born' >>> Born of Citizen Parents. 'Born' 'Citizen' >>> Citizen From Birth.

Natural-born citizens are those who are citizens of the United States FROM BIRTH and whose PARENTS ARE CITIZENS of the United States at the time of their birth.

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NATURAL BORN CITIZEN: THE MOST CONCLUSIVE DEFINITIONNatural-born citizens of the United States are those who are citizens of theUnited Statesfrom birthwithout having to perform any act to acquire orperfect their American citizenship. These are those whose parents arecitizens of the United States at the time of their birth.Natural-born American citizens are those born of American citizen parents,within or without the American Republic, provided in the latter case that oneof the parents had resided in the United States prior to the birth of the child.Their American citizenship is natural, the result of parentage, and notartificial or acquired by compliance with legislative provisions.A natural-born citizen is one not made by law or otherwise, but born. Andthis class is the large majority, in fact, the mass of our citizens; all othersare exceptions specially provided for by law.A natural-born citizen is defined as one whose citizenship is established bythe jurisdiction which the United States already has over the parents of thechild, not what is thereafter acquired by choice of residence in this country.It is not necessary that a man should be born in this country, to be "anatural born citizen." It is only requisite he should be a citizen by birth, andthat is the case with all the children of citizens who have ever resided inthis country, though born in a foreign country.Natural-born citizens, as distinguished from aliens and naturalized citizens,are those born in the United States of parents who are citizens.Natural-born citizens are also those born outside the United States and itsoutlying possessions of parents both of whom are citizens of the UnitedStates and one of whom has had a residence in the United States or one ofits outlying possessions prior to the birth of the child.Hence, a child born abroad to two US citizen parents is a natural-borncitizen: Provided, That at least one citizen parent had previously resided inthe United States or one of its outlying possessions. U.S. Code: Title 8,1401.
 
Society not being able to subsist and perpetuate itself, but by the childrenof its citizens, those children naturally follow the condition of their fathers,and succeed to all their rights. The country of the fathers is therefore that ofthe children, and these become true citizens merely by their tacit consent.A Natural Born Citizen is one who is born of citizen parents. A child bornabroad to two US citizen parents is a natural-born citizen: Provided, That atleast one citizen parent had a prior residence in the United States or one ofits outlying possessions. U.S. Code: Title 8, 1401.
Native or natural born American citizens are those born of American citizenparents, within or without the American Republic, provided in the latter casethat one of the parents had resided in the United States prior to the birth ofthe child.They are children with American parents on both sides with 100 per centAmerican blood in their veins.Natural-born citizens are those who are citizens of the United States frombirth without having to perform any act to acquire or perfect their Americancitizenship.Their American citizenship is natural, the result of parentage, and notartificial or acquired by compliance with legislative provisions.The phrase 'from birth' indicates that citizenship must start at a definite point and must be continuous, constant and without interruption.If citizenship is gained through naturalization, repatriation or legislation, thecitizen concerned can not be considered natural-born. Americans whoacquired their citizenship by birth abroad to U.S. citizens arenotnaturalized citizens.The state of being a natural-born citizen has been regarded, not so much inits literal sense, but more in its legal connotation.The very first Americans did not acquire that status at birth. They were bornas British subjects.
 
Citizenship at birth alone is insufficient to determine natural-borncitizenship.It alone is not sufficient to be born of citizen parents.Those who arecitizens by birth and born to citizen parentsare natural born citizens.
Vatall's definition of birth to two citizens (jus sanguinis) within the country (jus soli), unquestionably distinguishes the natural law fact of "natural born citizen" ~ Orly Taitz 
The CONSTITUTION doesNOTsay: No person, except one "born in thecountry, of parents who are citizens" [Vattel]. If the Founders had notwanted an expansive definition of citizenship, it would only have beennecessary to say, 'no person, except a native-born citizen.' Or: 'No person,except one "born in the country, of parents who are citizens" [Vattel].
'Born' 'Citizen' =
Citizen from Birth
 
+
'Natural' 'Born' =
Born of Citizen Parents
 
Natural-born citizens are those who are citizens of the United States from birth and whose parents are citizens of the United States at the time of their birth.
 © Vic Battaile

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