Perhaps, but the mother should also be charged for harboring an illegal alien.
For the same reason everybody else pay child support - to support your child! Just because one parent is a illegal alien does not make the child any less yours.
Nothing, having a child with an illegal alien is not a crime.
An illegal alien would not be taken to court to be sued for child support because he would have no documentation. If he was taken, he would probably be held and perhaps deported.
well they would have to be adopted or the friend would have to be a foster home
Because he's an illegal alien... plus, he most certainly can work; just not a tax paying/reporting job.
Child support is paid to support a child and not an adult, so it is a shame that you are even asking this question.
No, but they can deport him.
First, there is no such thing as an illegal mother. Any parent, male or female, single, married, divorced or separated, may receive child support.
yes she can because the child would run away yeah first answer
No. She is still an illegal alien.
The illegal mother does not have rights to your biological child. So yes you do have full rights to your child then the illegal mother. Only the biological mother has rights to the baby unless its done in court. There's no such thing as an "illegal mother" - motherhood is not a crime. I suspect the author of the question meant to say that the child's mother is an undocumented alien. If so, in the US she has the same rights to her child as a citizen.
First, remind the mother that she was an accomplice to a crime for associating with someone violating the law. Second, it's not a question usually raised, so they can respond. It would be self defeating for the mother to raise it. To learn about child support, see links below.
Either scenario is possible.
No. The child is a citizen, but the mother is not.
That is the wrong question. You are really asking: If I am the father of a child and the mother leaves the country with the child, do I have an obligation to help support the child financially? There may be situations where you should not feel obliged. But this is the question that needs answering. For that matter, it is the basic question even for fathers whose children have not left the country.
No. It's illegal not to pay child support.
The interesting aspect of this situation is that while you may be an illegal alien, it is possible that your child isn't, depending upon where the child was born. All people born in the US are automatically US citizens, even if their parents were in the country illegally at the time of the birth. So, your child might have all sorts of rights under US law that you as an illegal alien don't have, including the right to be supported. If, however, you and the child are both illegal aliens then you would not be awarded child support, but merely deported if the government learns about you.
Exactly how could that be done?
If you know where he is, your local child support enforcement agency should be able to help you. I am not sure they care whether or not he is legal as long as they know where he is.
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Yes, you can adopt an illegal alien. The parents of the child have to give up all parental rights over the child.
No, but your child is.
Whoever it is better for the kids to live with.
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.