How did the constitution address the issue of citizenship?

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how did the constitution address the issue of citizenship?

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Under the 14th amendment by stating that, “all persons born or naturalized in the United States an subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of The United States and of the State wherein they reside no state shall make or enforce a law which shall abridge (deprive) the privileges or immunity’s of citizens of The United States.” Basically saying if you were born in the US, no matter your race, you are a citizen and the States have to treat you fairly and like a US citizen.