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That is my understanding, too.

That is my understanding, too.

One of my sons was born in CT and has a natural born citizen mother, while I am a permanent resident "alien".

I understand he is a naturalized citizen "only", and I will raise him with the understanding he will likely never be reckoned the eligibility of running for any of the presidence or vice presidence offices.

But I'm curious, am I right understanding if one of his kids is born on U.S. soil from a natural born or naturalized citizen mother, then that child of his and her will be natural born citizen nevertheless, despite the naturalized citizen status of either or both parents?


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