Foreign citizenship law has never had any force or effect in the United States, which incidentally, is a SOVEREIGN nation not bound by foreign law.<quoted text>Foreign citizenship automatically denies birth right citizenship in the US.
Play Law doesn't work outside of your play pen.
Sorry, Play Law only works in your play pen. Birthright citizenship concerns who is born a US citizen, not who is a foreign citizen. A stateless person is not a foreign citizen but is not a US citizen either. Such a person would have to be naturalized. The Naturalization Act does not depend upon recognition of foreign citizenship, but rather alienage of the person to be naturalized.
Now go put your play robe and gavel back in your toy box. Your momma wants to put you to bed for your nap.