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Comment Re:Happening to people incoming to the US? (Score 1) 347

You imply laziness, but you didn't even read my comment completely. I said, "a non-citizen OUTSIDE the country." What you linked, and probably found on the internet, was for foreign nationals in the U.S.

All U.S. persons are entitled to Constitutional rights. A U.S. person, is a U.S. Citizen, a known permanent resident alien, an unincorporated association substantially composed of U.S. citizens or permanent resident aliens, or a corporation if incorporated in the US and not directly controlled by a foreign government.

Generally, persons or organizations outside the U.S. are presumed not to be a U.S. person unless there is specific information to contrary.

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