The child is a citizen of both countries, since it was born on Canadian soil, but from an American citizen.
The child would have dual citizenship; Canadian and American.
No, but if you want it to yes you can talk to the government. well, since the child has an American parent who is a citizen and was born in the U.S, the child automatically has American citizen ship, but not Canadian. Although if the child was born in Canada, he/she would have Canadian citizenship. Although, when it comes to sports, the child could play for either American or Canadian international sides.
The mother should contact her local Canadian child support agency. They will coordinate with the State in which the father is located.
Yes, they can and are. Canada will recognize the child naturally because they were born on Canadian soil, and to a Canadian parent. The child will also inherit the US Citizenship of the American Parent, although the Parent will have to declare the child to the U.S. Consulate showing their proof of citizenship as well as the child's Canadian birth certificate.
If a US citizen divorces a Canadian citizen (who is in US legally) and they have a minor child who has dual citizenship can the US Citizen who is the dad file to state that mom (Canadian)cannot take minor child out of the Arizona (the state they currently reside in) for no longer than 30 days for vacation purpose?
Yes. the child is American citizen.
Yes, if it is a reciprocating country
You should have to pay, because you created a child and thus you are responsible for it. Emotionally and financially.
File for in and they will contact Canada.
Depending on the amount, the Visa would be suspended.