Can immigrants adopt a us citizen child?
Yes, an immigrant can adopt a US child. However, it is uncommon. Most of the time, US natives adopt an immigrant child.
If a alien married man wants to adopt his wives US citizen child that is not his biological child will that grant him the right to stay in the US and get his Green Card?
Yes, but he would get his GC through his wife not the adopted US citizen child.
Your boyfriend can not adopt your child while he also remains yours. It does not matter if he is a US citizen, legal alien or illegal alien. For him to do that he would need to marry you. The license would cost $35.00 and you would each need a picture ID.
No, a non legal citizen with a legal work permit can not adopt in the US. The person may adopt once they become a legal citizen.
The US State Department is responsible for procedural actions concerning foreign adoptions by US citizens.
It is easier to adopt a child in the US.
By alien i assume you mean imigrant or someone from a different country, i believe the answer is yes, many people adopt children from third world countries like some in Africa and, I'm not sure about this one, the child becomes a U.S. citizen.
Yes, they can. Anyone can adopt a child if they have no place to live and are currently enrolled in a school. Is the child a US citizen? If not,regular INS procedures will have to be followed to establish his residency status. Simply because he is a child does not guarantee he will be allowed to stay in the US even though he has a relative who is a citizen. If he is a citizen… Read More
Information on adoption criteria varies by state. You should consult your local adoption agency for more info. Generally-speaking, adopting a US orphan child (i.e. one who legally has no parents) will be difficult (if not impossible) unless at least one of the adoptive parents is either a US Citizen or a US Permanent Resident.
Yes, provided you fill all due documentation required by both the Mexican and American authorities.
The child of a US citizen is considered a US citizen.
Yes, if the child was born outside the US and one of the biological parents was a US citizen, you should go to the nearest embassy or consulate general of the US and register the child's birth so that he or she can officially be a US citizen (they are entitled to automatic US citizenship). If the child is born in the US, the birth certificate of the child is the proof of citizenship and… Read More
What if a US citizen gives birth in a foreign country is the child a US citizen or a citizen of that country?
If a US citizen gives birth in a foreign country, the child IS a US citizen. In many countries (depending on where you are), the child would have dual citizenship.
If a male citizen has a baby with a non citizen the baby is born in the US will the child be a US citiezen or not unless the parents are married?
Answer: if the child is born in the US, that child will be a US citizen
If you're illegal you're not a citizen -- not hard really
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Yes the law states accordingly. The child has been or will be adopted by a married U.S. citizen and spouse jointly, or by an unmarried U.S. citizen at least 25 years of age, with the intent of forming a bona fide parent/child relationship.
Yes the child is as long as one parent is a US citizen. At 18 the child may have a choice of choosing one citizenship since they hold a dual citizenship.
Yes, if born in the US, the child is automatically an American citizen.
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.
No, just the child.
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 one or more of the parents is a US citizen, the child is a US citizen, regardless of where they are born.
Yes you can Yes you can
If you are married to a us citizen for 3 years, or if you were born in the U.S., you automaticly become a citizen.
If the mother is a US citizen born in the US and has a child born in another country is the child also a US citizen?
Yes, under the nationalization and immigration acts; the child is a US Citizen as long as the mother registers the child with the appropriate state.
Basic answer is yes. The child will definitely be a US citizen, and possibly a citizen of the country where the birth took place.
If a us citizen marries a legal alien with a green card and they have a child is the child a us citizen?
I think so. But I am sometimes wrong. If the legal alien had a child and married a us citizen the mother can chose to leave it a legal alien or make it a us citizen.
No they are US Citizen who simply decided to move.
Any child born in the US is considered a US citizen.
No. An adult cannot adopt another adult.
the immigrants have to be legal, and then they will have any other right as someone born in this country.
You are born one .
Unless the US citizen is a Native American, all other US citizens are immigrants or descendants of immigrants. Native American make-up 1%-2% of the total US population.
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If American parents adopt a child from another country then the US would it automatically be a citizen of the US?
NO! US citizenship is NOT automatic. Under these circumstances generally the child is entitled to and will be granted US Citizenship, but it is NOT automatic. You still have to obtain and complete the required forms and submit other paperwork and pay an application processing fee.
No, the parent does not automatically become a citizen.
What if only father is US citizen and in the military. Is child a US natural born citizen and be able to run for president?
If one of the parents is a US citizen, the child is a natural born US citizen. Yes, they can run for president.
The biological father have to give up his parental rights or this will not be possible. If he is an illegal immigrant he can still have paternal rights in the US. Once his rights are terminated you can apply for adoption.
Absolutely. The child can become a US citizen through its parents who are US citizens. The child has to apply for citizenship by filing in Form N-600 to obtain the certificate of citizenship. The child should be under 18 years of age in order to document their citizenship status. Even if the child was born outside the US, it will become a US citizen though its US citizen parents.
If a baby is born on US soil the baby is a US citizen regardless of the parents' immigration status.
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.
Yes. If you were born in the US then you are a US citizen.
No. He will have to return to his country of origin and apply to be an US citizen like everyone else. The child is an US citizen because he/she was born to a parent who is an US citizen and also because the child was born in the US. Having a child with a US citizen or while in the United States does not give you US citizenship. My advice would be, first, to return… Read More
Is a child born in the us of one natural US citizen parent and one non-citizen a natural US citizen?
Anyone born is the US...is a US citizen PERIOD. NO. not true. The child is a native born not natural born as defined by the framers of our Constitution
the child has no rights if he is still with his mother but if not,then all the money and things go to te child
if they are under the age of 18 they are us citizens too.
Do you mean to ask if the child is a US citizen? Depends on how long the US citizen parent has been resident in the US. Need five years after age 14 to qualify.
If an illegal alien had a baby with a US citizen and did not marry the same citizen what rights does that illegal immigrant have?
Well its called common marriage he would have to pay child support, illegal immigrants have many rights since her child is a u.s. citizen the government will help her raise the baby. You just have to find more info about it get educated about the subject so you don't become a fool of anyone.
It is absolutely possible for a child born to illegal immigrants to become a US citizen. As it is born in the US, it will automatically acquire the citizenship by birth. Even though the child's parents are illegals, the child will get to enjoy all the benefits only because of its birth in the US
No. Immigrants must fulfill certain requirements to become Mexican nationals.