Father an American citizen and mother is not child born in another country is the child an American citizen?
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
Mother an American citizen and father is not child born in another country is the child an American citizen?
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.
What is the citizenship of a baby with a Canadian mother and a filipino father born in the Philippines?
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 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.
You have an American father and Korean mother born in Korea on a military base what citizenship are you?
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.
Can a father send his daughter legally back to her mother in another country Bulgaria if she is not a US citizen she is 17 years old and lives in new jersey?
There is nothing that would stop him. She is not a citizen of the US.
Can i become president if i were born in a foreign country and my father was a citizen but my mother was not a American citizen?
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.
Is a child born outside the US to a naturalized father and a US mother a natural US citizen or a naturalized one?
A child born to two American citizens outside the U.S.A becomes a citizen of the country of birth.
When A wife from another country on tourst visa takes a child born to an American father an leaves the house taking the child's papers that have made her an American citizen and child's passport.?
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.
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
If an illegal alien father has a baby with a US citizen mother will the father automatically become a US citizen after the baby is born?
No, he has to take a test and qualify to become an American citizen.
Can the mother staying in south africa get a court order to arrest the father who is now living in another country but still citizen of south africa if he stop paying child support?
Yes, a mother South Africa can get an arrest warrant for a father living in another country if he stops paying for child support.
Does it require both parents to be US citizens if born outside US to be qualified for the US presidency?
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… Read More
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.
No, Barack Obama's father was not a U.S. citizen. He was from Kenya. However, President Barack Obama is a U.S. citizen, because he was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States.
What rights do a non married non American woman have if her child is born in America from an American citizen?
Not a lot. She can still be deported - and separated from her child if the father / government chooses. Either get yourself married or gather up your child and return to your native country.
That would depend on if the child is born in america
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.
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
If an American citizen mother gives birth in Italy the father is an Italian citizen is the child American or Italian or both?
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.
Can a foreigner who enters this country legally gain citizenship if she becomes pregnant from a US Citizen And is she required to show proof that the US Citizen is the father?
No. Not even marriage to the father grants gives you citizenship. You have to apply for naturalization.
US citizen. Mother was an American of Irish descent, and his father was from Kenya.
Can you become an American Citizen if your father was born in the US but you have never lived there?
Answer: If your blood father is born in the US that makes him a citizen. In that case all you have to do is file form N-600 Application for Certificate of Citzenship ($460), you can get that at uscis.gov
No she was not. She was an English citizen because she carried a british passport and driving license. She lived in London. Her father was English. She was not American just because she married an American man. She married someone else after him as well so HA!
If a baby is born in Jamaica to a jamaican mother and an American father is the baby a dual citizen?
Yes. If at least one genetic parent is an American citizen, then the baby has complete citizenship and the full rights of a baby born to parents who are both American citizens.
Of course not. Barack Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, and he is a citizen of only the United States. But his father, who had the same name, was born in Kenya and was a citizen of that country. It should be noted that a small group of people called "Birthers" believe President Obama is not American; but there is no credible evidence to support their belief and every reputable source that has investigated… Read More
obama father is kenyan and his european he was born in the Americas making him a American citizen
Yes, he does. His father was an American citizen serving military in Germany when he was born.
It depends. He was not born a US citizen as the US had not been created at the time. He was born in Boston, Mass, the son of an English father.
It's possible if one or both parents are American citizens, or if the birth is in a U.S. embassy or military base. According to the Naturalization Act of 1790, someone born overseas to a U.S. citizen is a natural born citizen of the U.S. unless his father was never a resident of the U.S. Anyone can become a naturalized U.S. citizen after being granted residency by going through the naturalization process.
The nationality of a child depends on the laws of the country he/she is born in. If the child is born in the United states, then would be a citizen of the United States, an American. Some countries recognize dual nationality, the nationality of the parents, plus the country where he/she is born, such as a child born in Sweden of American parents would be both.
Hudgens's father is an American of Irish and Native American descent, and her mother is a Filipino-born citizen, who grew up in Manila.
His mother was a native born US citizen; his father was a citizen of Kenya living in the US on a student visa.
How can a German citizen father gain custody of his American born son from his ex-wife who currently lives illegally in the US?
Can't. Germany will not honor American Father Custody Awards, and America wil not honor German ones. In fact neither honors them from any country. Only mother custody awards. You will need to file here and hope the court will grant you the right to remove the child from the country. see links below
If a female has a baby with a non-citizen the baby is born in the us will the child be able to get benefits?
the baby is concederd an American citizen too because it is born in the u.s and it does not matter if the father is not a citizen the baby can still get benefits!
No, there does not seem to be any evidence that President Obama's biological father became a U.S. citizen, and in fact, he ultimately returned to his country.
If your mother is American and your father Chinese and you are born in China are you a citizen of the US or China?
A person born in China to a Chinese parent is classed as a Chinese citizen. As one of the parents is American the child is entitled to claim dual-citizenship at a later date.
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.
If you are an American citizen and one of your parents were born in Africa can you run for President of the United States?
Regardless of where your father was born, you are still a citizen and therefore have just as much right as anyone else.
If your mother married your father in the Philippines in 1970 and he was a US citizen would your birth there help her get US citizenship?
I think that if your father was (and/or still is) a US citizen, then you are also a US citizen no matter where you were born. It should be rather easy to get an american passport in the US embassy or consulate in the phillipines for you. As for your mother, I believe that she has to apply for a US visa or "green card" based on her marriage to your father who was/is a… Read More
yes, but sometimes it can be different nicknames. one of them is father of the American revolution another one is the founding father.
If you were born in America you would be an Irish hispanic American citizen.
Selena Gomez's mother (Mandy Cornett) is a born American citizen of Italian ancestry. Her father (Ricardo Gomez) was born in Mexico.
If you have custody of the child(ren), and if the father lives in the US, then yes, you can get child support even if he's not a US citizen. If he was ordered by the courts to pay child support and refuses to pay, you can sue him for non payment. They may even order (or you can request) the child support payments to go through the Child Support Enforcement Agency, who will then forward… Read More
Has any American woman had a child with a Mexican citizen and tried to get child support from the father residing in Mexico?
You do not have a snow balls chance, there is no reciprocal program with Mexico. You can get an order established, but it will only be enforceable if he re-enters the country. You do have the option of filing a motion in Mexico.
With a child born in Canada the mother is a us citizen and the father is Canadian What is the child?
The child would have dual citizenship; Canadian and American.
No, there is no evidence that he was. However, since President Obama was born in Hawaii, he was born into citizenship.
President Obama was born in Hawaii, his mother was an American citizen and his father Kenyan. So even if he was born anywhere in the world, he is a citizen because one of his parents was!
If a Canadian woman is giving birth to a child in Canada and the father is an American citizen what are his rights regarding child custody assuming the parents do not plan on marrying?
None, even if you lived in the same country. Only the court can grant you rights, in this case, a Canadian court, but an American court will handle child support. see links