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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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 care 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.
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.
Jus Sanguinis (law of blood). Jus Sanguinis (law of blood)
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.
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 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-bo…rn citizens of the United States. While it is undisputed that people born in the US are qualified to hold the office of President, 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.
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 b…orn 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.
Canada, Holland,Germany and all the scadanavian countries!!!!
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 pref…ers to have US citizenship also then there is no issue as US Federal Law allows dual citizenship.
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.
If the noncustodial parent does not pay child support to the parent that has custody does the parent have to let them know when the travel outside the state in which they live in?
Not as long as it doesn't interfere with the access rights.
Yes, under the Hague Treaty.
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.
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.
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 presidential parents all moved to the US and became US citizens.