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Mondo Fuego™
Do you have a birth certificate?
Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:10am

That's your absolute proof of US citizenship if you were born in the US.

If you were a foreigner and have been legally naturalized, you would have certified documentation.

There's no state "citizenship". There are residency rules that apply to benefits provided by states to residents. State residency is generally an informal process, and is pretty much carried out by obtaining a driver's license in the current state of occupancy and perhaps registering to vote. The strictest tests of residency are usually carried out by state universities where in-state tuition is significantly less than tuition for out-of-state students.

  • Was not the 14th Amendmebt about freed slaves?Contrarian, Fri Mar 10 2:38am
    I was born in Virginia. That made me a citizen of that state. I moved to California. Six months later I gained California citizenship. Therefore am I not an United States national but a citizen of... more
    • Do you have a birth certificate? — Mondo Fuego™ , Fri Mar 10 6:10am
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