yes but international adoptions are very expensive and complicated and you may have your life investigated in depth - financially, where your living, you character etc, you need to consider this before deciding to adopt.
Yes, provided you fill all due documentation required by both the Mexican and American authorities.
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
No, If the child was born on U.S. soil then the child is a U.S. citizen.
Yes. the child is American citizen.
Yes, an immigrant can adopt a US child. However, it is uncommon. Most of the time, US natives adopt an immigrant child.
Yes, but the child will have to follow steps in immigration procedures and apply for naturalization later.
The only way you can adopt a child is that you have no child of your own at all. I have 2 girls of my own and live in america. my husband wanted to adopt a child in Iran. You also need to have a house or a land under the child's name in order to adopt a child.
Yes they are.
Answer#1NO, a baby born in the united states is an American citizen,no matter if their parents are illegals. Mexican government does not consider that child as a Mexican citizen unless the parents do the process to get a double nationality, which means, that infant is American citizen and Mexican citizen. Answer#2The writer of the previous statement should know a bit more of the Mexican Government and constitution, I challenge the truthfulness of this answer and I must add that as Mexican I speak with better knowledge of the law system in Mexico and so I answer that question like this: An Infant born outside the borders of Mexico from one or two Mexican parents is Mexican, An Infant born inside the Land,waters or any properties of Mexico from Mexican parents Is Mexican, an Infant born In Mexico (Land, Waters, or Properties) but not of Mexican Parents Is Mexican. Paz,Justicia,Tierra, y Libertad.
Yes he does, such as custody, visitation and support issues. As for immigration, having a citizen child is no basis to get legal residency (at least not until the child is 21)
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child.
The child is a citizen of both countries, since it was born on Canadian soil, but from an American citizen.
the parents will obviously give them citizenship since there citizens and its there child,
International adoptions are expensive and complicated and the applicants are subjected to an in depth investigation of their financial, living environment, moral character, etc. Given the circumstances cited in the question it could be considered an immoral as well as an illegal act by the adult wishing to adopt a child for the sole purpose of using the child to further his or her own welfare and immigration status.
The child is automatically a U.S. citizen. I am a U.S. citizen and my husband is an illegal Mexican alien and we have two kids. Our children are U.S. citizens. As long as a chid is born in the U.S. they are citizens.
Yes, if born in the US, the child is automatically an American citizen.
No, the child is American.