I hate to tell you but if you are born in South Korea and your father is not Korean, you do not exist. You see, in Korea they do not have birth certificates. They have Family Registries.<quoted text>
You and journalist Catherine Fraser must be vying for the highest ignorance podium. You're born in Canada, you are Canadian, same as in U.S. and most countries on this earth unless your parents were diplomats. This guy Cruz, top law official in Texas, did not even know that. Impressive. Should make a great president. But then, he's Tea Party LMAO (LRS tm reg'd). Canada breathes a sigh of relief as his parents opted to move to the U.S. We already have a Cruz clone in power right now, name of Stephen Harper.
When a child is born, if he has a Korean father, he is placed on his father's registry regardless of where he is born. If the Child is born in Korea and his father is not Korean, he has no family registry to be placed on and therefore, does not exist!
And child born to a Mexican citizen is also automatically a Mexican citizen regardless of where he is born. And if you born out side the U.S. or it's territories, and are given a DS-1350 after you are born, you are a Natural Born Citizen