I have more of a comment: I noticed in my research that it seems harder for a person who was brought here as a child when they had no say than for and adult who is here illegally. Why are there more ways for a CAnadian to be here legally than a Mexican national. Especially, ones brought here as children.
no they do not the Mexican instead becomes an American citizen
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
Any person born in the United States is Considered to be an American Citizen. A person of Mexican origin may call themselves Mexican American, but the correct term is American.
More than likely, you are already a Mexican citizen. Get your birth documents together and just get a mexican passport to prove Mexican citizenship.
im 21 and i was brought into the usa illegaly when i was 11 months old..but im hoping for it to be possible to get something..
I want to marry a girl America
If at least one of your parents is Mexican, you are also a Mexican citizen regardless of where you were born. If not, the only way i see is go thru the Mexican naturalizatin process.AnswerAlso qualifies as a Mexican if at least one of your parent's parents is a Mexican. It does not matter if they got naturalized as an American citizen, they still hold Mexican citizenship, too.
Yes; Mexican and American laws allow for a person to hold dual citizenship.
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
no but he can probablybecome a US citizen illegaly
No. That is kidnapping.
It depends on what passport are you carrying when you get caught. Otherwise, they check what is your nationality and send you back to whatever country you are from.
no,you cant be a Mexican citizen if you weren't born there
yes they do, even if you an American citizen.....
Last time I checked no. Even if you become a citizen of Mexico, you don't have all of the rights of native mexicans.
The best and most accurate information available is at the ICE (formerly INS) Now it's called USCIS.
No. You need to begin the process of naturalization to become a Mexican citizen.
Not automatically. They have to apply for a green card and then apply for Naturalization.