Years ago when I worked in a military hospital records section I had to do a bunch of paperwork to get the minimum security clearance necessary for my job. I did fine until I got to the section about my spouse; Mr. Sirius was born in Britain, but at an Air Force base to parents who are U.S. citizens so he is a U.S. citizen by birth. The paperwork only had two categories for foreign born spouses - resident aliens and naturalized citizens. There was nothing in the paperwork about foreign-born U.S. citizens. I came to a complete halt. I told my boss why I couldn't finish the paperwork, so she contacted the security people and told them what was happening. Meanwhile, they're nagging me to finish the paperwork, and I can't, even going so far as to threaten to pull my security clearance so I couldn't do the job I was doing.
Finally, about two weeks later, my boss informed me that the paperwork had been fixed, and I finished it. What amazed me was that, with all the people in the military who have had children overseas, no one thought to include a category for family members who are foreign-born U.S. citizens. Mr. Sirius, who was an active duty military member at the time, told me he ran into the same thing when he had to do the paperwork.