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Does an American father have any rights to his child that was born and still resides in Mexico?

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If the couple were not married then the father must establish paternity before any other action is taken, (custody, visitation, child support). Although it is possible for the child to hold dual citizenship the father would have to pursue parental rights issues through Mexican courts. The best option is to consult with an attorney who is knowledgeable in Domestic International Law. American Bar Association offers a free nationwide attorney referral service. http://www.abanet.org

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