Do you have any case law to support that theory?Its interesting that people confuse the distinction in the Constitution between a citizen and a Natural Born Citizen. The Constitution allows any "Citizen" to hold any office except the Executive Offices of President and Vice President and requires those who hold those two offices to be "Natural Born Citizens."
A person can be born a citizen or be naturalized as a citizen. A Natural Born Citizen holds a specified distinction in citizenship.
A subject is a person under the authority of the US government whether citizen or not.
I believe I made it very clear, A person born on the soil of the United States is a Natural Born Citizen. The supreme court has made that very clear. In other words, there is no distinction between a person born on the soil of the United States and a Natural Born Citizen.
If I missed your point, please explain.