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If a citizen fathers a baby with an illegal female how can the baby and mother gain citizenship?


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2006-03-29 17:30:31
2006-03-29 17:30:31

Only way is through marriage. Child born in the US is a citizen already. Child can request residency for mother at the age of 21.


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Your fathers sister or fathers brothers female partner.

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