Birthright citizenship in the United States has an allegiance clause. "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside."
Subject to jurisdiction means who gives you orders to live by? Not simply being here. It can mean allegiance. Some ignore this clause as though it does not exist. Some define it away as convenient to their agenda. Others attach supreme meaning and define jurisdiction as the most important aspect of the law.
If you drape another country’s flag around you at graduation, after the citizens of that country paid for that education.
If the homeland President tells you to keep sending money “home” even as you sacrifice.
If that President advises you how to vote in that country.
If that President advocates for homeland victims of crimes committed while living in the host country as if his charges.
If home, not residence defines you and is in fact felt to be your “home.”
If the flag flown from your porch and seen on your chest are not representative of the host country.
If parents tell that child that they are an identity associated with the homeland.
If you put that country first politically, before America, then…..
You are not a true committed citizen, just somebody born in a foreign land.
Now, if this offends you, examine why.