Can a child who was born in the US live with his parent outside of the country?
It is legal for a child born in the United States to live with a parent outside of the country. Both parents usually have to agree, however.
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Answer . With all of the red tape and paperwork you will need to go through, it is not likely, especially if you plan to adopt from outside the US. Odds are you'll end up being deported yourself.
If a child lives in another country with his parent but the child is a US citizen and is being physically abused by the mother can he travel to New York and start emancipation proceedings?
Answer . The rules and requirements for emancipation vary from state to state. One of the requirements to file for emancipation is to be a resident of that state. Those states that do allow emancipation usually take the home situation in to consideration. Given the situation, contact child ca…re for the country of residence and see if they can help. You might consider contacting the American Consulate to see if they have suggestions for you. (MORE)
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Basic answer is yes. The child will definitely be a US citizen, and possibly a citizen of the country where the birth took place.
If there is no will and the step parent dies first the spouse inherits everything then dies with the natural child living in the householdbut there are children of the step-parent outside of the house?
If there is no will, the law normally splits the estate between the spouse and the natural children.
No. Having a child in the United States does NOT affect the parent's immigration status. Once the child is 21, that child can petition for the parent to be given a green card, but the mere fact of an illegal having children who are US citizens does not confer any change in immigration status for …that illegal alien. Thus, the illegal alien parent can easily be deported. The child may also be forced to leave with the illegal parent, but this depends entirely on the circumstances. Even if the US citizen child does leave with the illegal parent, that does not affect the citizenship of the child. (MORE)
The US will recognize the child as an American citizen. Japan may allow them to claim Japanese citizenship, but I don't believe they do.
Does a biological parent of a child that was born in US and is not an US citizen should apears in the certificate of live birth?
the parent should be on the birth certificate so long as they are the biological parent. Doesn't matter if they are a US citizen or not.
What nationality would a child be who is born in United Kingdom of married US parents who are temporarily living and working in the United Kingdom?
If they are only temporarily living in the UK, the child would be considered a foreigner by the British, but probably wouldn't become an American until the US birth documentations were filled out. Answer. I would have thought the lucky child would have dual nationality as the birth would have to be… registered where the child is born. Answer. That is a tricky question. I would have thought they would only adopt a small percentage of UK nationality, and the rest would be US Nationality. If they stayed in the United Kingdom for 5 Years or more, they would be regarded as a British Citizen. But they are idoits America is a country that is ruinned. Answer The child would have US not UK citizenship. For the child to have UK citizenship the parents must be UK citizens or be settled in the UK. (MORE)
If illegal immigrants to the US have a child that is born here,they can still be deported. In these cases deportation is usuallytaken on a case by case basis.
For babies that are born outside of the US while parents are onvacation will not be considered a US citizen until a form is filed.A Consular Report of Birth Abroad needs to be filed with the USEmbassy.
If a child is born outside of the US to a US citizen parent do they need a passport to enter the US?
Yes. You need to first register your child at the closest US Embassy in the country of birth, Register of Birth Abroad. If you submit all required paperwork, they will issue a Certification of Birth Aboard, and with that you'll be able to apply for the child's passport.
Can a child born in a foreign country with one American citizen as her parent become a US president?
If a child has a United States citizen as a parent, they are a citizen as well.
The courts decide custody issues, and they do so on the basis of what they believe to be in the best interest of the child. If the child has an opinion about what is in his or her own best interest, he or she can certainly say so to the court.
If both parents are US citizens born in the US and they have a child and it is born in another country is this child also a US citizen?
Absolutely. Depending on the country of the birth, the child may be eligible for dual citizenship.
If one parent is a United States citizen and the child is born outside the United States is the child a United States citizen?
A newborn child is a US citizen if s/he is born inside the United States OR if one of his or her parents is a US citizen at the time of his or her birth.
If one parent has full custody of a child and that parent dies will the living parent get the child?
Yes, unless the living parent has a court order not allowing them to be with the child in that case the child would go to the next relative that is willing to take the child. The surviving parent will still have to go to court to have the custody awarded to him/her. After all, the court felt ther…e was a good reason that the full custody award was rendered in the first place. (MORE)
\nYes. Both my daughters were born in FRance, but because I am a US citizen, so are they; but you have to go to the US Embassy of the country born in and request a Consular Report of Birth Abroad.
If baby is born outside of the US and one of the parents is a US citizen doesn't the child automatically have US citizenship?
Answer . No, they were not born in the U.S.. Answer . The United States Constitution requires that Presidents (and Vice Presidents) of the United States be natural-born citizens of the United States. While it is undisputed that people born in the US are qualified to hold the office of Presi…dent, and that naturalized U.S. citizens are disqualified from holding that office, it is disputed whether people born to US-citizen parents outside the United states are natural-born citizens or not.. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated below this answer box. (MORE)
In general a the country in which a child is born is considered its place of birth so a US child can not be born outside of the US. If you are a US citizen but your child is born while you are on a trip to Canada your child will be a Canadian Citizan.
If both parents are US citizens born in the US and they have a child and it is born in another country is this child able to be president?
No the child cannot be president. The child would be an American Citizen because the parents are but in order to become president of the US you have to be a born citizen.
When two American citizens have a child and that child is born outside the US can that child become President?
Yes. A child born outside the US to American parents can become president. This is because he is born a US citizen and so therefore has the right to run.
If a child born in another country but parents are from USA can the child run for president of the USA?
due to its blood relation i belive it can (first question answered) not 100% sure
\nAccording to the US, she or he would have American citizenship only. The Bolivian government's citizenship policy would decide if the child had access to dual citizenship. Dual here is spelled with an "a," not an "e." Duel with an "e" means a fight between two people.
If a child is born in another country but parents are US citizins does he have the right to chose citinship?
The child born to US Citizens can get US citizenship through its parents.The child becomes the citizen of the country in which it was born automatically. But if the child prefers to have US citizenship also then there is no issue as US Federal Law allows dual citizenship.
If a child is born in the US to Canadian parents working in the US does the child have dual Citizenship?
If you have registered the child's birth at the Canadian embassy/consulate near you and have obtained certificate of Canadian citizenship for him/her, then yes.
If one parent has sole custody of a child and that parent dies will the living parent get the child?
State laws vary widely in the United States but in almost every state the biological parent has sole rights to custody of the child. If a custodial parent dies the surviving natural parent will normally be granted custody of the child.
yes, the child is considered a US citizen.. The U.S. 14th amendment states. Quote " Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce… any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws " end quote. This is called "birthright citizenship" (MORE)
Yes, but you should apply for a "registration of birth abroad" at the nearest US mission. Also when you get citizenship through parents you need to apply for the citizenship certificate.For this the immigration Form N-600 should be filed. If your parents were US citizens but you were not born in t…he US, you are still legally a US citizen by birthright. You may be able to prove your citizenship and claim it by filing Form N600 (Application for Certificate of Citizenship). (MORE)
Yes, the child does acquire US citizenship by the law of land. Just don't forget to get the birth certificate and apply for a US passport for the child.
The custody order must be modified by the court. If the custodial parent will consent the change will be much easier.
Unless you are god, their is no answer. It has to do with genetics, though.
AFTER he obtains an order of paternity, he may petition for visitation and to pay child support. . But, until than, nothing see links below
If both parents live in Mexico and international law isn't involved, the child can make a declaration at any age, however until they reach legal age (18 in Mexico), the courts will ultimately decide what is in the best interests of the child and award custody based on the same.
Only Indiana and Texas has laws setting out a specific age at which a child can make a choice the court is required to abide by, and even than there are some limitations. With those states, it is age 14. In all other states, the general rule of thumb is that a 12 year old can express and opinion…, however the judge is under not legal obligation to consider, or even hear it. In either case, a motion to the court must be filed for a determination to be made. However, the child should be informed that there are alternatives to choosing to live with just one parent. The child should also be advised they can express a choice that they remain in one home and each parent can live with them for a designated period of time, than switch. This is called Bird Nest Custody . Check link below for more info. (MORE)
When a child is living with the grandmother and not the parents is it illegal in tx. for a mother that receives child support for her son that does not live with her that lets her boyfriend use it?
No. The order needs to be adjusted so that the money goes to the grandmother, AND for the mother to also be ordered to pay. Contact the AG's office. see links below for additional info.
No countries. The parents should be either permanent resident or citizens of that country. Some countries like Malaysia won't even allow entry to pregnant women.
Merely having a US citizen child gives the parent no legal status- the parent is still an illegal. The parent is still subject to arrest and deportation. The US government can, and does, deport parents of US citizen children. At that point the parent can either give up the child for adoption or take… the child with them to their native country. (MORE)
The constitution requires that the President must be born in the US or on US territory. If the child is born on a military base, then the child can still be President.
In the US, this is not legal. Minors must live with a parent or guardian.
This is actually a highly difficult situation to be in, because different countries will have different laws regarding child support (i.e., when you get it, how much, if they even grant it at all). If you say lived in England and you wanted to be offered child support from your counterpart that live…s in another country, you will have to approach the Embassy and plea your case. If they see your case fit for trial, they will have you go to the country and fight it like a normal case and best of luck to you if you can argue a good case and win!! (MORE)
Both of Andrew Jackson' s parents were born in northern Ireland Chester Alan Arthur 's father was born in northern Ireland. Woodrow Wilson 's mother was born in England. Barack Obama 's father was born in Kenya but he was a student in the US and not an immigrant. The other foreign born presid…ential parents all moved to the US and became US citizens. (MORE)
If both parents were US citizens and married before the birth, the the child is automatically a US citizen; birthplace is irrelevant. However, if only one parent was a US citizen at the time of the birth , it gets a little trickier. It depends on when the child was born (laws change), however since …1952, if the couple was married before the birth and the father meets residency requirements in the US then the child is a US citizen. Your best bet is to consult an attorney who specializes in this. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_a_child_born_in_Mexico_a_US_citizen_if_the_child's_father_is_a_US_citizen#ixzz1vJYaYfxX (MORE)
Yes you may and should. Child support orders should originate from the state of the child's legal residence. The USA and many other countries have reciprocal support agreements and orders for support originating in the US will be honored and enforced in those countries.
Actually, she (he) can go directly to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SECRETARIA DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES Departamento de ProtecciÃ³n) and request it or to any DELEGACION DE PASAPORTES or to any Consulado de Mexico (Mexican consulate) in the US. You may also be able to obtain assistance at your… local state family court, especially if there is a current child support order. It can send a rogatory letter to the Mexican court requesting information and assistance. (MORE)
According to the naturalization law, yes, your child is a US citizen because he's born on US soil, regardless of the reason you are in the US or your immigration status.
The child support payments are not ever paid over to the child. Thechild support payments will be directed by the court to whoever haslegal custody or guardianship over the child. If the child is in afoster home the child support will be paid over to the state.
Parents of child labour are mostly very poor and depend on the money of their child. They are mostly from very backward class and live in extreme poverty.
If both parents are US citizens born in the US and they have a child and it is born in anothe country can theis oersin run for president?
The consensus of 21st-century constitutional legalist usingrelevant case law, is that "natural born" comprises all people bornsubject to the jurisdiction of the United States, including,generally, those born in the United States, those born to U.S.citizen parents in foreign countries, and those born… in othersituations meeting the legal requirements for U.S. citizenship "atbirth". (MORE)
If both parents are US citizens born in the US and they have a child and it is born in anothe country can theis oersin run for president?
Modern day Constitution legalists believe children born abroad toAmerican citizen parent are also considered natural born.