Yes. the child is American citizen.
Yes, you are a citizen by the mere virtue that your father is an American and you have lived in the country for more than 3 years.
if this alien becomes pregnant by an American, the baby is automaticaly an American citizen but at any time the mother can be deported back to her country unless she is married to the father of the baby or to a u.s citizen.
the child will be a citizen of both countries the country that the child is born in and wherever the mother or father is from like say the baby's mother is a filipina and the father is an american the child will be a citizen of both countries
You have an automatic American Citizenship as the father is an American citizen. It doesn't matter whether or not you are born on a military base or if your mother isn't a American citizen.
You must be a citizen of that country, qualify through a mother, father or grandparent, or have gained citizenship in that country with out playing for another country at full international level.
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
No, he has to take a test and qualify to become an American citizen.
There is nothing that would stop him. She is not a citizen of the US.
I'm assuming you're asking if you can be President of the United States. The simple answer is, it depends. The father must have spent five years in the US after age 14 before you were born for you to be considered an American citizen. Things become more complicated if your parents weren't married. You'd have to prove paternity somehow.
A child born to two American citizens outside the U.S.A becomes a citizen of the country of birth.
Only if the birth is registered in that country's U.S. embassy. If not, he can still be a citizen if father lived in the US a certain amount of years, and a certain amount of years past a specific age ( the actual years and age depends on the father's year of birth). If that fails,
Yes, a mother South Africa can get an arrest warrant for a father living in another country if he stops paying for child support.
The custody issue would probably depend on the country in which it is tried and where the child resides. It is likely that the child will remain in the country he or she is living in.
That would depend on if the child is born in america
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
There is something wrong with this question. The question states that the wife is also an American Citizen by virtue of both marriage and an "anchor baby." Why would she be in the US on a 'tourist visa?' Other than that - - Immediately notify your local law enforcement agency of a parental kidnapping.
The parents have nothing to do with it. The person who wishes to run for President needs to have been born in the US or a US territory. To be qualified, one must be Born in the United States, regardless of parents' citizenship. Adding another opinion here. Article 2 Section 1 of the Constitution says that a person has to be a "natural born Citizen" to be eligible. It does not say that the person has to be born within the physical confines of the U.S. A child born to an American mother while out of the country is considered a natural born US citizen even if the father is not a US citizen. If a child is born abroad to a woman who is not an American citizen and if the father is a citizen then there is a process the father has to go through to prove he is the father and if he does that then the child will be considered a natural born citizen. There are even circumstances when a child born within the US is not considered a citizen. It is more complicated than just having to be born in the United States.
US citizen. Mother was an American of Irish descent, and his father was from Kenya.
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child.
Both and later the child can keep both citizenship's or just take one, but any child born to an American citizen is an American no matter where they are born. I would go to the embassy and get my child their passport papers.