What’s the difference between a naturalized U.S. citizen and one born outside the U.S. to an American parent? 🥇

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Answer:

According to the U. S. law, a naturalized citizen is a person born outside the U. S. and became one after their birth. Such person can’t become President. It doesn’t really matter if your parents are American or not, the fact that you were born outside the country makes you a natuealized citizen just like the person who got a citizenship much later.

It’s easy!

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