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citinzinship ah

citizinship terms

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born in the U.S.A born by birth citizen
the law of soil a reason that a person is a citizen jus soli
the law of the blood to whom born a child born abroad jus sanguinis
legal process by which persons become citizens from some other country naturalization
citizens or national of a foreign living in this country alien
legal process in which a loss citizenship occurs expatriation
can occur only by court order and only after it has been shown that the person became a citizen denaturalization
legal process in which aliens are legally required to leave the U.S deportation
Created by: MrKnowles