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Naturalization, Citizenship And Nationality Law: 2006 Update

by Donna Scarlatelli, et al.

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From Gary Endelman

"E Pluribus Unum: Well Maybe Not Everybody Towards A Re-Examination Of Birthright Citizenship" by Gary Endelman
http://www.ilw.com/articles/2006,0502-endelman.shtm

From Edward A. Betancourt (DOS)

Applicable statutes and regulations:

  1. 22 USC 2705---Recognizes a full validity U.S. passport as proof of the bearer's U.S. citizenship.


  2. 8 USC 1104(a)(3)---Makes the Secretary of State responsible for "the determination of [the] nationality of a person not in the United States."


  3. 8 USC 1481(b)--States that the burden of showing loss of U.S. citizenship is on the party so claiming and such a claim must be established by a preponderance of the evidence.


  4. 22 CFR 53.1 et seq.---Requires, with certain exceptions, that U.S. citizens enter and depart the United States on U.S. passports.


  5. 22 CFR 50.40(a)---Establishes an administrative presumption that, absent an assertion to the contrary, a U.S. citizen who naturalizes in a foreign country, takes a routine oath of allegiance, or accepts non-policy level employment with a foreign state intends to retain his/her U.S. citizenship.
From Robert A. Mautino

United States v. Hovsepian, 358 F.3d 1144, 1160 (9th Cir. 2004).


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Donna Scarlatelli, et al. are the speakers for the Naturalization, Citizenship And Nationality Law: 2006 Update.


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