A voluntary change of allegiance from one country to another, effecting an absolute termination of all civil and political rights as of the date of such act. 3 Am J2d Aliens § 120. The concept of expatriation has no application to the removal from this country of a native citizen during minority. In such case the voluntary action which is the essence of the right of expatriation is lacking. That right is fittingly recognized where a child born here, who may be, or may become, subject to a dual nationality, elects on attaining majority citizenship in the country to which he has removed. Perkins v Elg, 307 US 325, 83 L Ed 1320, 59 S Ct 884. See expatriate.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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