Can the U.S. forcibly impose U.S. citizenship on anyone born outside the U.S?
Yes - The US Immigration and Nationalilty Act is the sole determiner of who is a U.S. citizen and it applies everywhere
No - The US Immigration and Nationality Act should be interpreted to specify the conditions under which a person born abroad is entitled to, but is not forced to receive U.S. citizenship
No - U.S. laws should NOT be interpreted to apply outside the U.S. borders
Yes - The U.S. can do what it wants
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