Can your alien boyfriend adopt your US citizen child if he lives in the US and has a Visa?
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.
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.
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.
Yes, you can adopt an illegal alien. The parents of the child have to give up all parental rights over the child.
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.
Yes, an immigrant can adopt a US child. However, it is uncommon. Most of the time, US natives adopt an immigrant child.
no you do not
The only way you can adopt a child is that you have no child of your own at all. I have 2 girls of my own and live in america. my husband wanted to adopt a child in Iran. You also need to have a house or a land under the child's name in order to adopt a child.
'Ex' means the relationship is over so there is no reason you should be in his life or even discussing that your ex boyfriend adopts a child. If he is with someone else and you are just friends then it is up to your ex boyfriend and his mate to decide whether to adopt a child or not.
no some suck
only if he has aids
if he did not adopt the child, no. Check your country or state's laws about this matter.
Yes you can but the child stays and most likely goes into the system
You contact a adoption agency that deals with international adoptions.
No single fathers, citizen or non-citizen, has any assumed rights to the child. See link
Any child born in the US can choose US citizenship.
If a child is born of alien parents on a foreign merchant ship in US territorial waters is it a citizen of the US?
If it is within 3 miles of the U.S. shoreline, then the child would be a U.S. citizen. If it is more than that, then the child is not.
No, but her child will be one.
When the minor illegal alien is adopted, the minor child gains the citizenship of his adopted parents, so when he/she is adopted they become a US citizen if their parents are US citizens.
You are an illegal alien and you are married to a US citizen and you have a child if you apply to be a resident how long do you have to leave the country?
your a weirdo
Basically, no. Having a child is not a free pass into the US, nor should it be.
Yes, but this does not make you automatically a US citizen, nor does it mean your child will be either.
It is possible that such a child could be adopted if the biological parents agree. However, there are other immigration concerns and regulations that could create serious issues.
No you don't get paid to adopt a child, YOU pay to adopt one.
yes because it was born in the U.S Hmm? I could be wrong but I believe you are a legal citizen of wherever it is that you are born? Did you mean that the child was born in the US or outside of it? Answer Only if a child is born with in the United States is considered legal. If the a child is born outside the United State is consider an illegal alien. Answer… Read More
Can an American citizen adopt a legal immigrant and if so would that child get citizenship and or a green card?
Yes, but the child will have to follow steps in immigration procedures and apply for naturalization later.
Yes. Go to a lawyer. He/She will discuss it more further.
No. Only the child and the American women would be permitted to stay unless he had a greencard. But, you may file for the case adjustment however.
yes you can adopt a child if you are not in their family
Can an unwed illegal alien mother file for child support from a US citizen father in North Carolina?
yes see link
I would say you can, because my friends moms boyfriend adopted her. Yes, you can adopt your girlfriend's daughter even if the father lives in the same town or city and refuses to pay child support or see his child.
The child is automatically a U.S. citizen. I am a U.S. citizen and my husband is an illegal Mexican alien and we have two kids. Our children are U.S. citizens. As long as a chid is born in the U.S. they are citizens.
If you are an illegal alien and your ex-husband threatens to have you deported can you take your US-born child with you?
I believe that if your child is a US citizen you cannot be deported. You need a lawyer.
Any child that is born in the U.S. is considered a U.S. citizen, therefore they have all of the rights of a U.S. citizen. However, their parents are still considered illeagal and can still be deported, and that may be with or without their child.
Rosalie and Emmett do not adopt a child
yes but international adoptions are very expensive and complicated and you may have your life investigated in depth - financially, where your living, you character etc, you need to consider this before deciding to adopt.
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
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.
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.
What are the financial responsibilities of a citizen to an alien when there is a child and no marriage?
Just because your partner has no marital binding to you does not exclude you to your responsibilities to your child. You are still liable for child support. Sorry, it is probably not what you wanted to hear but the child is still half yours.
You were either a citizen sharing the benefits of the Athenian Empire, or a woman or child, or a Resident alien, or a slave.
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.
The US State Department is responsible for procedural actions concerning foreign adoptions by US citizens.
Yes, provided you fill all due documentation required by both the Mexican and American authorities.
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.
yes you can adopt a child almost anywhere
It is easier to adopt a child in the US.
You don't adopt a child , only a fairy.
That would be your own if you adopt a foster child.
No. If you adopt a child in New Zealand, they do not automatically become a citizen of the United States. You must fill out some paperwork and pay some money. In fact, almost anytime you turn in some paperwork to the government you need to pay money.
If you are an illegal alien from Canada and have lived in the US since age 4 and you're 23 now and married to a US citizen and have a child with her can you become legal without being deported?
It is a rule stating that if you are married to an US citizen then you will be considered an legal citizen.