Since Dec 22, 2004
At the end there are some links to sites discussing the forgery controversy.
Berg v. Obama. The case filed against Obama questioning his eligibility to run for president.
Hollander v. McCain. This is the lawsuit that was filed against John McCain alleging that he was not a natural born citizen and therefore not a eligible to be elected President. The case was dismissed for lack of standing. The same facts that will cause the Berg case against Obama to be dismissed.
A State Department note on Acquisition of U.S. Citizenship By a Child Born Abroad.
This State Department note on Dual Nationality explains that not only is use of a foreign passport by a dual national not grounds for the loss of American citizenship, it is expected in some circumstances.
This State Department note on Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship explains that a parent cannot renounce a minor child's citizenship.
Action and Deltamar v. Rich, 951 F.2d 504. This case establishes that an American citizen does not lose their citizenship when they are naturalized in a foreign country even though that country requires they renounce their American citizenship.
8 USC 1481 Loss of nationality by native-born or naturalized citizen; voluntary action; burden of proof; presumptions. This is a pointer to the specific paragraph in US law that governs the loss of American citizenship.
8 USC 1483 Restrictions on loss of nationality. This is a pointer to the specific paragraph in US law that governs the reacquisition of citizenship that is lost by a minor. It specifies that a minor can reaffirm citizenship lost via 8 USC 1481 paragraphs 3 and 5 by taking an oath within 6 months of turning 18. This oath is not required by a minor who was naturalized in another country.
Birth Certificate Resources
Polarick's blog where he makes his case that the publicly available images of Obama's birth certificate are forgeries.
An article on factcheck.org about Obama's birth certificate. They have high resolution pictures of the document that the Obama campaign provided.
US Code CHAPTER 1PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND VACANCIES