8 USC 1401 The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United States at birth: (g) a person born outside the geographical limits of the United States and its outlying possessions of parents one of whom is an alien, and the other a citizen of the United States who, prior to the birth of such person, was physically present in the United States or its outlying possessions for a period or periods totaling not less than five years, at least two of which were after attaining the age of fourteen years; Be advised that there are numerous conditions which could affect your situation. If you read 8 USC section 1401 and on you may find some statutes relating to your situation. Most likely the answer is no; see 8 USC 1432, you would have to be under 18. However there are other ways to get US citizenship which have nothing to do with your biological father.
Yes, an American citizen doesnt lose that citizenship when another citizenship is gained.
Have you applied & received citizenship or were you born in America? Then you would be an American Citizen.
No. citizenship has to do with where you were born, and where your parents were born. It has nothing to do with marriage.
Yes they retain citizenship.
American law permits multiple citizenship, so a citizen of the United States can be a citizen of another country at the same time.
they gained citizenship with the Indian Citizen Act of 1924 BUT WWI veterans were already granted citizenship in1919
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
No, he retains Canadian citizenship and has never sought American citizenship.
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.
They should be able to through an American Embassy.
No. When you are born an American you are always an American unless you decide to take the citizenship of another country.
hi To become an American citizen, a person has to apply for citizenship and become a naturalized citizen. A person who is born in the United States is a citizen already.
The child is a citizen of both countries, since it was born on Canadian soil, but from an American citizen.
Yes, an American citizen may sponsor a same-sex Mexican spouse for a visa, permanent residency and, ultimately, citizenship.
http://jhcuk.org/citizenship.asp From Lawz
Yes, she received Citizenship in 2011.
S/he would need to renounce their American citizenship as requested by the laws of Philippines.
Barack Obama was born in the State of Hawai'i. By definition, anyone who is born on American soil is an American citizen. He is a citizen of only the United States, and has never held another citizenship instead or in addition to United States citizenship.
Yes, you can become an American citizen if you are British. You would need to apply for citizenship, which can take a few years.
You never loss you citizenship, unless certain acts of war (treason, defection) are committed. No, if you marry to a Mexican in Mexico, you don't loss you citizenship. You should note, however, that he/she is not granted American citizenship automatically.
No. If you are a a native-born or naturalized American citizen your citizenship cannot be removed from you - UNLESS - you used fraud in order to gain your American citizenship.
Is the Canadian citizen also an American citizen or holds citizenship. if so then yes if not then. Technically no. This is because neither party holds a current American citizenship. If the Illegal alien was to marry upon Canadian territory then apply for american citizenship or Visa. But other wise legally no. However they should check.
the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child.
It depends on the circumstances. By international law, it is illegal to strip somebody of their citizenship if this would render them stateless. If you are a US citizen and are not a citizen of ANYWHERE else and nobody else will give you citizenship or take you in, you cannot be stripped of your citizenship. If you have dual citizenship, (like if you have American and Canadian citizenship) then you can be stripped of your citizenship for things like treason. Most likely though, the government will just throw you in jail and not worry about trifles like citizenship.