United States Citizenship is granted at birth based upon birth in the United States and its outlying possessions and/or the citizenship of one or both parents. US Citizenship at birth provides immigrants with many rights and freedoms.
US CITIZENSHIP ACQUIRED BY BIRTH
Citizenship Acquired by Birth Basic Requirements
Persons in this category may either be born inside or born outside the US to a US parent under certain conditions. Persons may prove their citizenship by the evidence of their relationship to a US parent. Persons may apply for this category of citizenship by completing paper work, providing evidence and paying any required fees.
Citizenship Acquired by Birth entitlements
United States Citizenship provides immigrants with numerous rights and freedoms, including the right to vote, to freely travel to and from the US with a United States passport, to own all types of property in the US, to obtain federal jobs, and to petition for close family members to come to the US and become permanent residents.