Can an American citizen file for child support from a Irish citizen?
It can be done. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!
Does a Filipino citizen child has the right to get child support to his American citizen father who is not a legal paren on the birthcertificate?
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Yes, you can request child support from a Canadian citizen if you live in the United States. You will have to have proof of paternity or have a birth certificate that has the Canadian citizens name on it. Read More
If you were born in America you would be an Irish hispanic American citizen. Read More
Mother an American citizen and father is not child born in another country is the child an American citizen?
Yes. the child is American citizen. Read More
Yes, if it is a reciprocating country Read More
Does a non American citizen have to pay child support to a US citizen after a divorce if he is not a resident of the US?
If your marriage was based on US laws AND it is court ordered, then you have to. Read More
Yes she can be deported. Since your husband is an American citizen so is the baby and mom can sue for child support. It is his child he needs to pay for the baby he brought into the world. Read More
Yes, you can still be a citizen. The US does not revoke citizenship for people who owe child support. Read More
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" Read More
Yes they are. Read More
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. Read More
The child is a citizen of both countries, since it was born on Canadian soil, but from an American citizen. Read More
It depends. Many nations share a recriprocal agreement and will enforce child support payments from a citizen of their country to a different one. Read More
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. Read More
Yes, if born in the US, the child is automatically an American citizen. Read More
No, the child is American. Read More
If your grandma was born in Ireland and is an Irish citizen and your mom applies for citizenship and you are a minor can you go to college in Ireland as a child of an Irish citizen?
You should be able to. Click on the link below for the Irish department of foreign affairs. Read More
If an American citizen mother gives birth in Italy the father is an Italian citizen is the child American or Italian or both?
Both and later the child can keep both citizenship's or just take one, but any child born to an American citizen is an American no matter where they are born. I would go to the embassy and get my child their passport papers. Read More
the child is a natural born citizen and a full citizen of the US Read More
Yes. See here for details on how to take up citizenship. http://www.dfa.ie/home/index.aspx?id=267 Read More
Can a child born in a foreign country with one American citizen as her parent become a US president?
If a child has a United States citizen as a parent, they are a citizen as well. Read More
A person who is a citizen of the United States will be required to pay child support at age 18. Child support must also be paid until the child reaches the age of 18. Read More
No he/she was born in that country and is a citizen Read More
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen Read More
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) Read More
That would depend on if the child is born in america Read More
Yes, if the child born in the US. Read More
There are multiple ways for an illegal immigrant to become and American citizen. They could register, and become legal. They could also marry an American citizen, or if they are female, have a child. Read More
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child. Read More
Can illegal immigrant mother living in Arizona collect child support from US citizen father with joint custody?
Yes if she is entitled to child support after all of the calculations are done. Immigration status has no bearing on child support. Read More
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). Read More
Yes. If the US citizen is the father and the child was born outside the US, the child may later need to prove paternity in order to be recognized as a citizen. Read More
According to American law, if one or both of the parents are American citizens, the child is also an American citizen. If the child is also eligible for Chinese citizenship (such as one parent being a Chinese citizen), at a certain age the child will be asked to choose citizenship of one country or the other. Read More
Legally, yes. Practically, collecting support from an illegal immigrant might be difficult. Read More
If a Canadian lives in America and is married to an American and they have a child born in America can the child have American and Canadian citizenships?
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. Read More
Yes, if it relates to a biological child,he status of the minor child is irrelevant. If the child was born in the US he or she is a US citizen regardless of the citizenship status (or lack thereof) of the parent(s) Read More
Child Support Agency, was setup by American Government in April, 1993. Read More
If you have custody of the child(ren), and if the father lives in the US, then yes, you can get child support even if he's not a US citizen. If he was ordered by the courts to pay child support and refuses to pay, you can sue him for non payment. They may even order (or you can request) the child support payments to go through the Child Support Enforcement Agency, who will then forward… Read More
My ex-wife is a Mexican citizen with a tourist visa can she apply for child support in the us for our us citizen child?
If paternity has been legally established, then yes she can file for child support for your child by contacting her local government. If paternity has not been established legally, then a paternity test will be necessary before any further steps can be taken. Read More
If a Canadian woman is giving birth to a child in Canada and the father is an American citizen what are his rights regarding child custody assuming the parents do not plan on marrying?
None, even if you lived in the same country. Only the court can grant you rights, in this case, a Canadian court, but an American court will handle child support. see links Read More
Child support for illegal children can be difficult. A court order is required to enforce child support payments, and this depends on the parent being a legal immigrant with a legal job to collect from. If a illegal child is born of a US citizen or naturalization, the child is no longer considered illegal. Read More
May a child born outside the US and its territories to a non citizen and an American citizen ever be elected President of the USA?
With a child born in Canada the mother is a us citizen and the father is Canadian What is the child?
The child would have dual citizenship; Canadian and American. Read More
If you owe back child support. If you are not a US citizen. Read More