What if citizenship is at one time surrendered?

Reply Wed 10 Sep, 2014 04:45 pm
I know that natural born citizens are defined as any person born on U.S. soil. However, if at one point, a natural born citizen surrenders U.S. citizenship in order to become a citizen of another country, then later comes back to the U.S. and goes through the naturalization process, are they still considered a natural born citizen? Please cite any previous legislation or court cases that you know of to prove your answer. Thanks guys!
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One Eyed Mind
Reply Wed 10 Sep, 2014 05:11 pm
Considering it's all man-made rules and systems, you're asking a social question, not a universal question. Please refer to the politician wannabes on this site for your rhetorical answer.
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