[Vision2020] New rules for citizenship- not Satire
ronforce at gmail.com
Wed Aug 28 17:22:09 PDT 2019
Having gone and read the memo (but not understood everything) I did get one
take-away. Say you were born to Mexican parents in the US. That makes you a
citizen. Then your parents take you back to Mexico, where you live, and say
you marry a US citizen also living in Mexico. Unless you actually live in
the US for ten continuous years, any children you have in Mexico aren't
considered US citizens. This of course applies to all countries not just
Mexico. This is a major change in interpretation of the law. Previously,
children born to US citizens living abroad were considered citizens,
regardless of residency.
Moscow Idaho USA
On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 2:41 PM Lynn McCollough <lmccollough at gmail.com>
> The following new Policy Alert from USCIS would remove automatic
> citizenship rights to babies born when their US military parents are
> stationed overseas.
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