American Citizenship and Immigration Clarification Act A resolution clarifying the intent and purpose of the 14 Amendment to the Constitution of these united States. A Resolution Recognizing the intent and purpose of the 14 Amendment to the Constitution of these united States to protect the rights of African Americans following emancipation and clarifying the meaning thereof as pertains to the Law and the immigration and citizenship status of persons not legally within the borders of these united States. Be it recognized by these united States and all bodies and agencies thereof that the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of these united States served the important function of protecting the legal rights and status of African American persons, including but not limited to Freed Persons following the abolition of slavery in these united States. Be it recognized that the intent of purpose of this this amendment was never to undermine the sovereignty of this republic by establishing birthright citizenship to those born to persons not legally present within this republic. Be it recognized that such an interpretation of this amendment as to establish birthright citizenship for those born to persons not legally present within this republic was not known or put into effect at the passing of the amendment, just as it remains to this day understood that those born to non-citizens legally present in this republic, including but not limited to foreign dignitaries are not bestowed citizenship upon birth within the borders of this republic. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the `American Citizenship and Immigration Clarification Act'. SEC. 2. Enforcement of the original purpose and intent of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of these united States (a) Clarification of the legal recognition of the citizenship status of children born within this republic 1)Children born to parent who is a citizen of these united States are recognized as citizens of these united States so long as they are declared so by their parents or legal guardians and are not declared as citizens of any other sovereign nation by the same 2)Those who are not legally present in these untied States are recognized as citizens of the sovereign from whence they have come are do not, therefore, meet the requirement laid out in the Fourteenth Amendment to these united States that a person be 'subject to the jurisdiction' of the State in which they reside, or of this Republic as they remain subject to the jurisdiction of the sovereign of which they are recognized by this republic as being a citizen, being subject to the law of the State in which they reside and this republic only in those same criminal matters as any other foreign national operating within the boundaries of this Republic and not subject to diplomatic considerations. Be it recognized that those born to such persons are recognized by this republic as citizens of and subject to the jurisdiction of the same sovereign as those to whom they are born, and therefore also fail to meet those requirements outlined in the Fourteenth Amendment (outlined above) to the Constitution of these united States.