The most common documents that establish U.S. citizenship are:
issued by a U.S. State (if the person was
born in the United States), or by the U.S. Department of State
(if the person was born abroad to U.S. citizen parents who
registered the child’s birth and U.S. citizenship with the U.S.
Embassy or consulate);
issued by the U.S. Department of State;
Certificate of Citizenship,
issued to a person born outside the
United States who derived or acquired U.S. citizenship through a
U.S. citizen parent; or
issued to a person who became
a U.S. citizen after 18 years of age through the naturalization
aside from that I have two kids - one of them was adopted. I forget which
I wonder how relevant it really is, in terms of saying "yes, this is you on the paper."