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.
How does a Mexican mother of American child become a citizen?
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen ...
Asked in Adoption, Immigration, Green Cards
Can an American citizen adopt a legal immigrant and if so would that child get citizenship and or a green card?
Yes, but the child will have to follow steps in immigration procedures and apply for naturalization later. ...
Can a U.S. citizen adopt a child from Iran?
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. ...
If a Mexican couple has an infant in the United States does the Mexican government consider that child a Mexican citizen?
Answer#1 NO, 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#2 The 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...
Asked in Custody, Citizenship and Marriage, Immigration
Does an illegal Mexican have rights to his child in the US even if the American girl and illegal Mexican aren't married what rights does he have to the child?
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) ...
Father an American citizen and mother is not child born in another country is the child an American citizen?
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage, Immigration, Brazil
If an American citizen marries a Brazilian citizen in Brazil what steps are necessary for the American child to become a citizen also?
the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child. ...
If an American citizen gives birth to a child in Canada what is the child's citizenship?
The child is a citizen of both countries, since it was born on Canadian soil, but from an American citizen. ...
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage
Does a child born in Mexico to a Mexican and a US citizen have status as US citizen?
the parents will obviously give them citizenship since there citizens and its there child, ...
Asked in Immigration, Green Cards
Can a Mexican citizen adopt a US child and when the child reaches legal age have them apply for a green card for their non citizen parent?
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. ...
If an immigrant has a baby with an American citizen in America what happens?
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. ...
How does a non citizen with an American child stay in the country?
A non citizen can gain status through an American child who is at least 21 years of age. Once the child turns 21, the child can file a petition for the non citizen parent. ...
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage
Are the children of a Mexican women and his American husband considered American or Mexican?
It depends on where the child was born. If the child was born in Mexico, then the child is Mexican. If it was born on America, then it is American. But technically its both. American and Mexican. Its part of their heritage. Just like people are Irish, German, Polish; they dont have to be born there for that to be part of their heritage. ...
Asked in Adoption
If you adopt a child in New Zealand you they become American?
No. If you adopt a child in New Zealand, they do not automatically become a citizen of the United States. You must fill out some paperwork and pay some money. In fact, almost anytime you turn in some paperwork to the government you need to pay money. ...
If a female citizen of a foreign country has a child fathered by an American in that foreign country is the child an American citizen?
I don't think so, unless the child was born on American soil (actually in America, an American territory, American military installation, or American embassy). ...
Is it a two-country bureaucratic nightmare for a US citizen to adopt an illegal child if their parents are in the country and give consent?
Giving recent security there's a lot of things that has to be done when a foreign born child is being adopted out with the parent's consent. The American consulate of that respective country can tell you what it takes to adopt a child. ...