CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALIZATION.
Regularly citizenship is obtained through birth or naturalization. When a person is born in the United States, he or she is automatically considered an American citizen, but one who was born in another country can also be considered an American citizen, because either or both of their parents are American citizens.
Obtaining American citizenship has many benefits such as, Immigrating your family to the United States faster! I don't know Derived Citizenship I don't know Refers to the process of becoming a United States citizen through the naturalization of the parents, or under some circumstances, minors adopted by United States citizen parents. All derived citizenship cases must meet certain established requirements to be able to claim this right. I don't know Acquired Citizenship I don't know Acquired citizenship is presented when either parent is a US citizen, either by birth or naturalization, and "passes" it to their children so that they can "acquire" United States citizenship.