No. The illegal immigrant is returned to their country. The child however, is an American citizen and it is up to the parents to decide whether or not to take the child with them.
Marrying an American citizen does not give someone the right to stay in the country.
Yes, if you have a green card then you can stay in the country.
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.
If you came to the US and had a child you can be deported, however, they can not deport the child since he was born in the US and is a US citizen because of that. If however you married you can get a green card allowing you to stay in this country. However, you can try taking the citizenship test allowing you to stay in the country.
why would you want to? stay where you belong.
No. He will have to return to his country of origin and apply to be an US citizen like everyone else. The child is an US citizen because he/she was born to a parent who is an US citizen and also because the child was born in the US. Having a child with a US citizen or while in the United States does not give you US citizenship. My advice would be, first, to return to your country of origin because you are here illegally, then marry the mother of your child and then apply for permanent residency.
No, as long as you have proof of legal stay in the country and you are a permanent resident of a certain state.
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.
It makes no difference how long a US citizen of ANY age is out of the country. "Once a US Citizen, always a US Citizen." -UNLESS- you renounce your US citizenship and become a citizen of another country. However, since the question is about a 'minor' child that eventuality should not arise.
Yes, the child born on U.S. soil, in the air or onboard a U.S. plane becomes an U.S. citizen automatically. It does not, however, give the non-citizen parents a right to stay (with the citizen child) in the U.S. Without proper documentation they will be deported to their homeland. At the age of 18 the child can choose to apply for permanent residency for them (so-called Green Card).
When my American cousin gave birth in Africa, her daughter was automatically an American citizen. No... that would make the baby an American citizen... but it won't allow a Jamaican mother to stay in America neccessarily! The infant is an American citizen and usually all that is needed is the official birth certificate so the parent(s) have proof that the infant is indeed theirs. It would be in the best interest of the parents to contact the American Embassy in Kingston at 929-4850 for assistance.
yes i think there is a law and that if the child was born in American then he has the right to file for who so ever he needs and the government sould be careful about the laws
Your child is a U.S. citizen, you're not. You have to go to the United States government site and see what you can do to become a U.S. citizen.
Marrying him allows him to stay. You'll have to find a state that allows same sex marriage. I dont believe there is anything special that needs to be done for a cuban.
6 months Can a 6 months stay be extended? If so, how long? Do a U.S. citizen had to report to a U.S. embassy of that country (e.g. like the Philippines)?
That gives you the right to stay in this country, but you are not a U.S. citizen.
An American citizen has the right to petition for green card for relatives. Once they are married and have their papers ready the US citizen can petition for spouse's green card. Subsequently the kid can also become US citizen or green card depending on the support papers which can be shown for either of them. During the stay in US its very important for immigrant to have papers for a legal and authorized stay in US.
he will stay American citizen....he has to apply to become a Canadian citizen or his wife has to apply for him and will have to tell the court that she has married him
As a tourist, for up to six months.
until they turn cannibal
Speak to the British Embassy in your country of residence.
after you give her a ride
As a child born in America, he is an American citizen and so can stay in the states unless an agreement is reached between parties or a custody order is granted.