What happens if a child born in overseas military facility?
U.S. military bases overseas are not considered U.S. soil for the purposes of citizenship, according to the State Department.
This is the section of US Law that defines "Citizen at Birth", which is currently the legal definition of what "natural-born citizen" means:
8 U.S. Code § 1401 - Nationals and citizens of United States at birth A person needs to satisfy only one of the conditions listed there to be considered a citizen at birth. Note that US Military bases are NOT considered US territory, though US Embassies (but not Consulates) ARE. The Panama Canal Zone was explicitly included (by a US Law passed by Congress) to be "sovereign US soil".
To answer the question: being born on a foreign US military base is no different than being born in a foreign country, for determination of US Citizenship at Birth. Neither qualify. It would depend on the person's parents to determine eligibility for Citizenship at Birth.
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