• Tiffany Rachel

Let's talk citizenship...


From hearing "I was born in Japan", it may be easy to conclude that I am Japanese. However, unlike the states, being born on soil does not grant citizenship (Google it,). Because both of my parents are U.S. citizens, that has passed on to me. Therefore, my citizenship belongs in the U.S., and I am not upset by it.


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My Fear.

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