University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Tuaua v. United States"
Date Dec 7, 2012
Author Constitutional Accountability Center
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Abstract On July 10, 2012, Constitutional Accountability Center filed Tuaua v. United States in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, seeking to vindicate the Constitution’s guarantee of citizenship at birth and contesting the constitutionality of federal laws and policies that deny U.S. citizenship to persons born in the U.S. territory of American Samoa. The lawsuit was filed by CAC, the law firm of Arnold & Porter LLP, and prominent American Samoa attorney Charles V. Ala’ilima, on behalf of Leneuoti Tuaua and other individuals born in American Samoa, as well as the Samoan Federation of America.
Source Constitutional Accountability Center

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case Tuaua v. United States of America (PB-DC-0006)

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