American Samoans fight to be U.S. citizens

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People living in United States territories are considered citizens, all except for residents of American Samoa.  There the people are designated U.S. Nationals.  As Nationals, American Samoans can fly freely in between the U.S. and their home country.  But not being a citizen causes a few problems, which Victor Figueroa finds out from American Samoans living in southern California.    

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