People who indicate that they were born in the United States, Puerto Rico, a U.S. Island Area, or abroad of a U.S. citizen parent(s) are citizens.
People who indicate that they are U.S. citizens through naturalization are also citizens.
Naturalized citizens are foreign-born people who identify themselves as naturalized. Naturalization is the conferring, by any means, of citizenship upon a person after birth.
People who indicate they are not U.S. citizens.
Related terms: Foreign born, Place of birth
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