Generally speaking, they will not be able to get a green card until the child reaches the age of 19 or 21 (can't remember exactly) and can file an 1-130 for their parent. Needles to say, this is one of the longest ways to get a green card. Some people say that this is why people come to the U.S., but a 20 plus year wait doesn't seem very attractive to me.AnswerIt's 21 years. And I agree: waiting for your baby to be 21 years old so you can get your permanent resident alien visa ("green card") is hardly worth it. But, believe it or not, that's the only hope to get a visa for millions of illegal immigrants right now other than marriage to an American citizen.
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Well the baby is a U.S. Citizen and since the baby is a U.S. Citizen, in time the "illegal immigrant" may be able to get a green card and first of all an illegal immigrant isn't illegal if they have a visa, except if they were living and working in the U.S on a tourist visa,
Yes you can.
He is Mexican and American (has dual citizenship).
If the baby was born in the United States of America or even at a U.S. Embassy anywhere in the world, the baby is automatically deemed an American citizen despite the parent being an illegal immigrant.
I think that an immigrant has the right to get custody of his or her child just like an American citizen.As long as they are fit and respondsible parents.
No,she would get neither one. The child would be the one to reap the benefits and be a American Citizen.
Yes he has to be born in us
No.... it doesn't. In Spain it does.
No, having a baby will not make the process any faster or easier.