Yes I am stationed in japan for the navy if I had a kid they would be a U.S. Citizen from birth. Plus Military Bases and U.S. Embassies are considered "American soil" any one born at either can be U.S. Citizens regardless of parentage because they were born on "American soil." that is y you sometimes hear of pregnant women trying to get into the embassy when they go into labor so that there children will be U.S. citizens.
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Yep. You are an American citizen. Also, your parents can be american citizens and have you in a diff country if they are on vacation. You have to be born in the United States. OR if you were born in Puerto Rico, Guam, or the Virgin Islands. This is because those countries are U.S. territories.
as long as your parents are you are, and yes you can be
you just can't be an immigrant from another country to run for presidency
John McCain was born near the panama cannel but his parents were American Citizens and he was born on an American Army Base.
yes you can(: because i was born in Japan and i asked my mom that one day and she said as long as you are an american citizen you can.
Well, thats only if your parents were American citizens at the time, and were just visiting Japan when they had you.
Yes because the Base is considered by law to be apart of US soil, just like if you were born in a US Embassy
John McCain was born on a military post in Panama, and he ran for president, so yes, they can.
I'm pretty sure you have to be atleast a American citizen
but they are american citizens, lol
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