There are two kinds of citizens of the United States of America: those who are born in the United States of America, and those who became citizens though they are born outside the United States of America, hence Natural Born citizens, and Naturalized citizens. When it comes to rights, privileges, and immunities, there is really no difference between the two classes/castigations of citizens except that a naturalized citizen of the Union is not allowed to be the President of the United States of America (the Union). That means all persons who entered into the country after their birth, whether as students, refugees, tourists, or whatever, then became citizens are not eligible. What then shall we make of Ted Cruz? This presidential candidate was born in Canada. If we accept him as qualified to be President, what does that say of real identification of each of us, and of states of the union?