I married the mother of child whose father is illegal alien. mother is u s citizen. can I adopt?
If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his father is a us citizen and they were unwed?
the child goes to the father
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.
If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his US citizen father is deceased?
The CitiZen Chil will be adopted by Federal / State
If a persons mother is illegal and they are a citizen, the citizen can file for a Visa for the mother. The citizen will need to file papers with the INS for citizenship.
Does an illegal father have rights to u.s born child mother is also a us citizen parents are not married does the father have legal rights to this child?
It depends. In pakistan, the father has the custody. In US, both parents would be considered for custody, however case is stacked against father from get go based on his illegal status in US. However if mother is considered as responsible parent (based on her past), she might not have a problem wining the case.
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.
Can a child who is a US Citizen be raised by paternal grandparents who are citizens if the illegal mother gets deported and citizen father is deceased can the mother ask for the child to be deported?
only if the child isn't a citizen, if he is a citizen then you would have to fly (plane) him over to wherever you live.
Can an unwed illegal alien mother file for child support from a US citizen father in North Carolina?
yes see link
She can petition her mother, but the mother cant include her boyfriend on the petition, even if that boyfriend is the citizen's father,
Yes. His immigration status bear no significance when it comes to parental rights.
No, his mother was a US citizen, he is a US citizen.
What parental rights does an illegal alien have to a child when he does not have a green card and is not married to child's mother and she is us citizen?
Is he on the birth certificate? If he is he will be considered the legal father in most states. He could then go to court seek paternity rights. If no one mentions the issue of his immigration status it may not affect the court's decision. But if the mother is bringing it up the father could be arrested and deported.
Yes very likely since immigration status has no bearing on parental rights.
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… Read More
Can an illegal mother become a citizen or legal resident if her child was born in the US and the father of the child is an American military personnel?
Having a US born child and an American military personnel will not favor an illegal mother. She can try to legalize her status at the earliest.
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
What custody rights does a illegal father have if he was never married to the mother who is a citizen?
Immigration status has no bearing on issues such as parental rights and responsibilities in the United States. What does matter is prevailing law where the child legally resides. Since you have not provided the state (or country) in question, an accurate answer cannot be provide.
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.
In the United States, the general rule is that one is a natural-born citizen if born within the US or one of its territories, or if at least one parent is a US citizen. If the mother is not a US citizen, it can get a little fiddly (because when a child it's born it's usually pretty obvious who the mother is but who the father is may be open to question); generally the US… Read More
File for custodial rights in the appropriate state court in the city or county of residence. Be advised that the mother's illegal status is irrelevant in custodial proceedings as US law presumes both biological parents have equal rights to a child until a court rules otherwise. Furthermore, if the couple were not married the law presumes the mother (illegal or not) retains full custodial rights to the child until the father establishes paternity, files suit… Read More
Yes. If the mother is an illegal alien, she has no legal standing in US Family Courts. As such, if she brought the case to court, she could quite likely be facing deportation. As a military father, he has not only the legal rights to the child, who is also a legal US citizen, but the child has the right to remian in the US, and the father unquestionably demonstrates the ability to provide financially… Read More
Scenario A US citizen mother and an illegal immigrant father What is the maternal grandparents rights if something happens to the mother?
The same under all possible scenarios. Unless specifically stated in a custody decree, they get the child. In Kansas, if the children are under five and the mother is married to the man, and together, the maternal grandparents have first right to take the children under the tender years doctrine. Unless specified, no divorced or single father has a presumed right to the children when a custodial mother dies.
If your husband's mother became a citizen before he was 18 does that make him a citizen if his father is not a citizen?
You have to be born in America to be a citizen
Yes, he was married to Mother Teresa's mother.
Married: after 5 years: full (= to mother) Un-wed: none. Wed: none until married for 5 years, at which time, green card is obtained
No. A baby born in the USA is automatically a citizen, but the mother is still illegal.
No - this is not true. Obama was born in Hawaii and is thus a natural born US citizen. His mother married an Indonesian some years after he was born. His father was Kenyan.
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
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
If he is not married to the mother, he has no assumed rights to the child even if she were a citizen, so the same challenges would remain in obtaining custody.
Yes. Your step-father is who he is to you because he married your mother. If you married his mother, you would be his step-father. Strange but true.
If the father is not married to the mother your mum doesn't have to pay a single penny
Yes, equal to the mother.
You answered your own question. His mother was a US citizen. Also, Obama was born in Hawaii, which of course is a US State.
Any child born within the United States is a citizen, and typically the mother - even if illegal - will not be deported after that, for the sake of the U.S. citizen child. However, if the father is illegal, then he might still find himself deported, whether he is married to the mother or not. As to rights he has to the child, if he does have them, they would be hard to enforce, as… Read More
From an episode of "Citizen Pinoy," it was revealed that Michael Gurfinkel's mother is British and his father is a Polish Jew. He is not Filipino, contrary to what some believe. Although he is married to a Filipina.
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.
The child may already be a US citizen. Just apply for a passport. Father must have spend at least five years in the US after age 14. If parents aren't married, get a DNA test to prove paternity.
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 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.
If the mother is not married to the father, he has no rights period, even if living with her. see link below
If your father is married to a woman who is not your mother, this woman is your step-mother. If you are married, the mother of your spouse is your mother-in-law.
Barack Obama's mother was a U.S. citizen; his father was not. Barack Obama's father was Kenyan. Barack Obama's mother was a US citizen originally from Kansas. President Obama is a Natural Born Citizen of the US since he was born in the US (in Hawaii).
What constitutes a natural born citizen if father is not citizen and mother lived in Hawaii at time of child's birth?
Baby is US citizen if born in Hawaii.
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"
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… Read More
If a person born in Spain came to the US as baby in 1970 father now deceased was US citizen from Cuban descent then married US citizen but never filed for legal status could he be deported?
I think it is similar to myself I was b orn in the UK and my mother is british and father who is deceased a US citizen. They never married and Iam now applying for Citizenship and should know by March I have had to prove myself over the last 6 years if you think you are a citizen fight for it dont use a lawyer get someone from a Refugee immigration service to help… Read More
Can illegal immigrant mother living in Arizona collect child support from US citizen father with joint custody?
Yes if she is entitled to child support after all of the calculations are done. Immigration status has no bearing on child support.
What happens to illegal alien siblings when illegal alien mother is pregnant and gives birth in USA?
They are still illegal aliens. Only the anchor baby is a US citizen
Your half-sister's mother may be your mother, if you have different fathers. If you have different mothers and your father is married to your half-sister's mother, then you probably should call her "mother." If your half-sister's mother is not connected to your father (i.e. her father married your mother) then there is no relationship name for you to call her mother, other than "my half-sister's mother."