Comment: no you're wrong

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no you're wrong

A Mexican woman who comes across the boarder and has a baby in Texas will have a child that is a citizen. It will have a Texas birth certificate like everyone else born in Texas. Naturalization is a process of being naturalized. That baby will be a citizen that is neither naturalized nor would that baby be Natural Born because of the parents lack of citizenship.

There is an in between status of citizenship which many call "native born" but I simply called it plain citizen. Regardless there is a distinction.