She wouldn't need to go through that. The child would be a US citizen because the mother was, though not natural born.
Plus his father, if it's who he says it was, was not a US citizen therefore anyway you look at it, zer0 is ineligible.
She wouldn’t need to go through that. The child would be a US citizen because the mother was, though not natural born.
The laws on the books at the time of his birth hold that U.S. citizenship may only pass to a child born overseas to a U.S. citizen parent and non-citizen parent if the former was at least 19 years of age. Sen. Obama’s mother was only 18 at the time. Therefore, because U.S. citizenship could not legally be passed on to him, Obama could not be registered as a “natural born” citizen
There was that thing about residency requirement back then that she couldn't meet. She probably didn't want to have to go through the paperwork of making him a citizen later, easier to fake a Hawaiian birth by putting an announcement in the paper and submitting for a certificate of birth.
If Bambi was born in Hawaii, doubtful at best, and his father was a “Green Card” holder then Bambi would be a NBC. Because Obama, Sr. was on a student visa, The 1948 British Citizenship Act. is applicable and Bambi is full of sh-t!
This statement is published on Barack Obama’s “Fight the Smears” website:
“When Barack Obama Jr. was born on Aug. 4,1961, in Honolulu, Kenya was a British colony, still part of the United Kingdoms dwindling empire. As a Kenyan native, Barack Obama Sr. was a British subject whose citizenship status was governed by The British Nationality Act of 1948. That same act governed the status of Obama Sr.s children.”
Not if born outside the country, in 1961, with an 18 y/o mother and non-citizen father. In such cases, that is non-citizen father, and born outside the country, the US citizen mother must have resided in the US for a certain number of years, and another number of those must have been after her 14th birthday. In 1961 the latter number was 5 years, Stanley Ann was only 18, and thus failed that criteria. (It's now 2 years, but the law at the time of birth is what counts).
So, if he was born outside the country, and hasn't been naturalized, he's not only not natural born, he's not a citizen. But if he has been naturalized, then while he was OK as Senator, and would be OK as Illinois governor, he's not OK as President.