New citizenship rule for some military families
For some US military families living overseas, getting American citizenship for their children will soon become more complicated. In the past, children born outside of the US, at an American military base for example, were automatically given US citizenship if their parents were also citizens. Now, the Trump administration is changing the way the policy will work in some cases.
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