Citizenship is the relationship between a person and his or her country, usually the same one he or she lives in, supports, and in return gets protection from. A person is usually a citizen of the country where he or she is born, but sometimes a person will apply to change his or her citizenship to become a citizen in another country.
In most countries, citizens have rights such as political participation at a lawful age, and duties, such as keeping the laws.
Common law definitions[change | edit source]
A member of a group membership of Sovereign People that have Equal Rights, Liberty, Freedom, who consent to form and maintain a Government that protects these rights. The Government serves to admit & exile people from this citizenship/Vessel, in order to hold/protect these Rules/Rights.
- Natural born citizen
People born in a Government Border, who's parent also belong to, can become a Natural born Citizen.
- Naturalized citizen
People can also be naturalized citizens, if one was born/belongs in one Government but switches to a citizen of another Government, they are a naturalized citizen of the current Government, and lose prior membership with the other Government.
- Dual citizen
People who consent to belong to more than one Government, with approval of both Government. People who consent to one Government but move and reside to another Government, with approval of both Governments. People who's parents Belong to a different Government than the Child's Natural Born Location, with approval of both Governments.