U.S. citizen

U.S. citizenship is the highest status possible under U.S. immigration law. Citizenship is granted to people who were born in the U.S., or born to a U.S. citizen parent or parents in a U.S. territory, or in some situations born to a U.S. citizen outside of the United States, as well as to U.S. permanent residents who successfully apply to naturalize. See Title 8 of the U.S. Code at Chapter 12 for more information.


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