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Question: Can you become a state national after becoming a us citizen at birth?
In the United States, "state national" isn't a widely accepted or legally recognized term. Typically, the term "national" refers to a person who owes allegiance to a nation but isn't necessarily granted the full rights of a citizen - for instance, people from American Samoa or Swains Island are considered non-citizen U.S. nationals. A notable feature of the United States is its structure as a federal system. While you are born as a U.S. citizen, you also become a resident of the state in which you were born or wherein you reside. Thus, you don't become a "state national," but rather a resident of a particular state. Simultaneously, you retain all the rights, responsibilities, and privileges of a U.S. citizen. If you move from one state to another state, you simply become a resident of the new state.
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