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Can a child become a US citizen if he or she is born out of wedluck in the Philippines with a US citizen father?

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yes!my baby is a us citizen even if she born in philippines and not yet married as long as the father acknowledge her and had the DNA test with the US embassy whlle applying with her passport.

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