It's logical that allow a common citizen to own guns in America?
The right of the "common" citizen to keep and bear arms is enumerated in the 2nd Amendment of the Bill of Rights to the Constitution, as "NATURAL right" endowed by the Creator (all citizens are equal under the U.S. Constitution, there is no class system.)
It depends on the countries they want to be a citizen of; whether they allow multiple citizenship or not. For example, one can have British, Canadian, America, Australian and Italian citizenship at the same time because all allow multiple citizenship. But, if the same person wants to become a German citizen, they must give up all five before doing so.
If an American citizen gives birth in Jamaica is the child considered an American or Jamaican citizen and will the child be able to go to America without paperwork?
When my American cousin gave birth in Africa, her daughter was automatically an American citizen. No... that would make the baby an American citizen... but it won't allow a Jamaican mother to stay in America neccessarily! The infant is an American citizen and usually all that is needed is the official birth certificate so the parent(s) have proof that the infant is indeed theirs. It would be in the best interest of the parents to…
US and UK allow Dual citizenship. A person can be a US citizen and a citizen of UK if he/she desires to. But if a person applies to get naturalized as a citizen of UK when he/she is already a US citizen, then it will lead to losing US citizenship.So a person can have US & UK citizenship as long he/she is not a naturalized citizen of UK.
If a us citizen marries a Mexican citizen and they live in Mexico will the us allow her to have dual citizenship Mexico and us?
The US for one. The requirements here are that you be a citizen, a resident alien, OR that you are here legally, and have a hunting license. Most nations that have hunters that come to that nation to visit allow at least certain firearms to be owned by "non-citizens". Big game hunting in Africa, bird hunting in South America, etc. PS- my wife is not a citizen of the US- she is a British subject…