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United States Citizenship

The Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution states:

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.

As a result, all persons born within the United States acquire citizenship at birth and keep it for the rest of their lives regardless of where they actually live, provided they were subject to the laws of the United States at the time of birth. This right to citizenship is a constitutionally protected right vested in all people born within the United States.

However, it is quite possible that you are a United States citizen even though you were born and have lived outside of the country all your life. With this in mind, the first step that should be taken when planning a move to the United States should be a thorough investigation into your family history.

If you would like more information about acquiring United States Citizenship please send a request to:


citizenship@usimmigrationlaw.net

or contact:

Leibl & Kirkwood
12865 Point Del Mar, Suite 190
Del Mar, CA 92014
(858) 481-5211 Fax (858) 481-7271

questions@usimmigrationlaw.net


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