Can the U.S. Federal Government Bar Entry into the U.S. to a U.S. Citizen without a U.S. Passport?

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Can the U.S. Federal Government Bar Entry into the U.S. to a U.S. Citizen without a U.S. Passport?

This is a most interesting question that affects many millions of individuals who have lived most all of their lives outside the U.S.  They typically have a passport from their home/residence country, but have not taken steps to obtain a U.S. passport.

The U.S. federal regulations seem clear in their requirements.  See, the Department of Homeland Security and Department of State published regulations in 2008.

Does a U.S. citizen have a Constitutional right to be permitted to enter into the U.S., notwithstanding these regulations?

See, Coming to America. . . Accidental Americans Beware – The Law Requires a U.S. Passport!

More to come on this topic.

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