sorry hojar, the 14th states, aliens are not under the jurisdiction of the US Constitution, until they are naturalized, this is a fact you can not change, unless you change the Constitution.<quoted text>
Sorry birfoonboy, for the 100th time, check out the Naturalization Act of 1790, which required that aliens be under the jurisdiction of the United States for two years prior to acquiring citizenship.
"That any Alien being a free white person, who shall have resided within the limits and UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES for the term of two years, may be admitted to become a citizen thereof ...." Naturalization Act of 1790.[Emphasis added.]
Ingliss? UR nuts. The court asserted in its opinion that aliens do indeed owe temporary allegiance and that their US born children are US citizens.
Ummm, NO. According to the law in the United States, the child born on US soil has a NATURAL tie of allegiance to this country. Unlike Birfistani law, private individuals don't make up US law as it suits their fantasies, unless they're insane.
See again Ashkir, 46 Fed.Cl. 438. The court cited the USSC which stated that “in extending
constitutional protections beyond
citizenry, the Court has been at pains to
point out that it was the alien's presence
within its territorial jurisdiction that gave
the Judiciary the power to act.”
Read it again: "constitutional protections beyond
Get a life.
Children born in this country of visiting aliens parents belong to the country of their father's origin, since the US Constitution has no jurisdiction over the father.
The US can not claim something that is not legally bound to it.