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First, there is no category of "native" born citizens. The Constitution refers to "natural" born citizens. Any child born to a US citizen is a natural born citizen no matter where the birth occurs. *********************************************************************** A child is considered a US citizen if it is born in one of the United States' states. (when it is part of the US). It also is if the child is born on a USA warship or aircraft. An example would be John McCain.

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Q: Is a child born to a US Armed Forces Member who with their spouse are both US Citizens born at an overseas station say Okinawa considered a US Native Born citizen?
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