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  • #16
    For kids born in the US:
    Are USC (with the exception of representatives of foreign governments)

    For kids born outside of the US to married parents:
    1. Two USC parents- kid a USC if one parent lived one day in the US prior to kid's birth.
    2. One USC parent, one US national parent- kid a USC if citizen parent lived in the US for one year prior to kid's birth.
    3. One USC parent, one foreign parent- kid is a USC if the USC parent lived in the US for five years (two after age 14) prior to the kid's birth. Military service and certain overseas employment can substitute for time in the US.

    For kids born outside of the US to unwed parents:
    1. USC father and mother- the kid is a USC if one parent lived one day in the US.
    2. USC mother and foreign father- the kid is a USC if momma lived in the US for one year prior to the kid's birth.
    3. USC father and foreign mother- the kid is a USC if daddy lived in the US five years (two after age 14) prior to the kid's birth, and blood relationship is established, and the child is legitimated prior to age 18.

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    • #17
      Yes, Old Man. I believe Sphyrapicus already gave the specifics above.

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