If a male citizen has a baby with a non citizen the baby is born in the US will the child be a US citiezen or not unless the parents are married?
Answer: if the child is born in the US, that child will be a US citizen
Can divorced parents husband is US citizen and wife is Canadien citizen and their son born in USA attend school in Canada?
No, people who are old enough to be married are too old to go to school unless it's college.
No, unless one of your parents is a US citizen.
Not unless they themselves are registered in court as an American citizen.
No, unless you are an not a legal citizen already.
Yes, you are a citizen of the US unless your parents were diplomats when you were born in the US.
In general, Unless your parents are not citizens and don't want it, you are a citizen of the country in which you were born.
Yes, unless your parents were under the jurisdiction of a foreign country (diplomats).
You are about to turn 18 and wanting to get your green card would getting married to an 18 year old citizen girlfriend help?
Yes, but some states require that you must be 18 to get married, unless with the permission of your parents. Once you are married, you could get your green card through your US citizen wife. So, you might have to wait a few months more to get married. Remember, you are getting married for the WRONG reasons!
Not unless you are or become a naturalized citizen of that country.
You have to be 18 unless you both get your parents permission.
no not unless they where married to a USA partner.
If you are a permanent resident and have been married to an American citizen since 1998 are you considered an American citizen?
No, You can only become a citizen if you apply for you citizenship through immigration. Being a legal resident and married to an American citizen can and will not change your immigrant statics unless you go through the right process.
Yes, unless your parents were under the jurisdiction of a foreign country (diplomats).
No, he is no longer married to a citizen so no longer has citizen status; unless he has applied for and completed the citizenship process to become a citizen in his own right.
Not unless you get a court order that will allow it.
Legally? - you dont get back in unless you win a I-601 hardship waiver ( that means you need to be married to a U.S. citizen or have U.S. citizen parents) since a deportation in your background would make you ineligible for any type of visa (i.e. you are considered inadmissible) Ilegally?- its no picnic
You do not have to by law, but if you did get married, you're parents most likely gave permission. Hopefully they wouldn't object to you moving out, unless your husband cannot support you.
u could get married at 16 the youngest without parents in America but in most states its 18 unless ur parents let u or a judge does
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.
None, unless you can get a court order.
Only if her parents have given permission. Unless they are married or turned 18, the parents are responsible.
It is impossible for an illegal immigrant to marry a US citizen unless they have legal documentation-like their birth certificate (see the other answer to this question, on this site too)
You have to be 18 or older to get married in Wisconsin unless your parents sign all the forms when you are 16 or 17. You cannot be under 16 to get married in Wisconsin without your parents forms!!!
That is not a good choice. Unless you have full support financially, you can't really get married. Plus, you have to ask yourself if your parents would let you get married.
It won't be possible to be married in the US, unless the deportee gets a work visa, which would be easier to get IF you were married, so try marriage ......in Bahamian
The mother assumes automatic custody, unless she is unfit.
There is no limit. A Canadian Citizen is a Citizen for life unless they deliberately give up their Citizenship by filling out a form. In fact, if you happened to be born of Canadian parents, you could be a Canadian Citizen your whole life without ever setting foot in the country!
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
If an illegal alien gets married to a US citizen for a year and a half and been separated for another year or two and finally divorces does the illegal alien still have the chance to be a citizen?
The chance, yes. However, they are not likely to be granted it unless they were already in the process of getting residency while married.
Your uncle is the brother of one of your parents so his mother is the mother of one of your parents, and your grandmother. Unless your uncle is your uncle because he is married to the sister of one of your parents. Then his mother is not related to you.
Is it legal for a 17 year old female and 18 year old female to get married without parental consent in the US?
No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.
What if your not married to the father can the mother and the baby leave the state without getting in trouble with the law?
Yes. A father has no automatic right to their child (unfortunately) unless the parents are married.
Yes, it is against religion unless the adopted one is married with who adopted him/her.
No way to know unless we know who he was and of what country he was a citizen.
No. The citizenship requirements are that any person born in Canada after February 15, 1977 is not a citizen unless, at the time of the birth, at least one parent was already a Canadian citizen or permanent resident as well. Thus, because neither parent is a Canadian citizen, the child will not be either. Egypt will still claim them as (or they can claim themselves to be) a citizen of Egypt though, as they were… Read More
How can you be removed from the US if you entered legally but are still an immigrant and are married to a US citizen?
you are still a immigrant unless you become a legal citizen on citizenship day.Therefore they have the right to deport you. I am a lawyor and has helped me in similar situations however my expertise comes at a price.
If a person enters the country illegally with the intention of receiving asylum but is denied then marries a US citizen what will happen when applying for the residency through marriage?
Once you are officially married to an American citizen, you can not be deported from the country, unless you engage in a criminal offense.
If they are doing the marriage legally, nothing (unless you were required to give consent, in which case you shouldn't have given the consent if you didn't wnat them getting married).
a baby is born to a US citizen in France How long can the baby stay in France before losing citrizenship?
It's complicated (it depends on whether only one parent or both parents is a US citizen, what the other parent is, whether the parents are married or not, whether the US citizen parent has ever lived in the US or its territories and for how long and when, and exactly when the baby was born) and it doesn't work quite like that anyway. A US citizen doesn't lose citizenship by the mere act of living… Read More
You are a us citizen your fiance is still a UK citizen he is in the UK now and does not know if he will be able to become a permanent citizen in the us what will he need to do to become a us citizen?
It's very important to handle the steps with international marriages carefully and in the proper order; even though you are married, it could happen that he wouldn't be allowed into the U.S. unless you do everything correctly. It is essential that you talk to an immigration lawyer in the U.S. who can make sure that you do everything properly and in the right order. Do this before you get married.
If you mean "American" as in someone born in the Americas, yes. If you mean "American" as in a US citizen, no; they are Mexican, unless one of their parents is American.
If you are a foreign citizen planning on getting married in Azerbaijan then you will need a CNI. (Certificate of no impedance to marriage) from your embassy, unless you are a citizen of a country that Azerbaijan recognises for marriages. Also birth certificate, valid entry visa, about $200 or £150 and alot of running around to the Zaggs office! ;) Good luck.
Can a person who was living with your dad prevent his children from being appointed executor of his estate?
No, not unless they were married or he appointed them as executor in his will.
No, unless you can obtain a court order, which is seldom granted if the parents don't agree.
The mother is presumed to have custody unless there is a court order saying otherwise.
Yes, unless his parents claim it because since you weren't married to him, it is not legally yours to keep.
16 is not an adult so i would say no. Well, in most states, you have to have parents permission, and you have to be at least 16. Both sets of parents must agree. If the girl is pregnant and a doctor confirms this, then the two people can get married at any age, unless it becomes a statuatory rape case. ...
What is the legal age for a teen to move out of their parents' house without their parents' permission KY?
A teen may move out of their parents house at 18 without their parents permission, unless the teen is married (which requires an age minimum of 16 with parent's approval).
Sons girlfriend is pregnant parents will not give her up to live with mom and son what can you do to make it legal?
Nothing. While the female in question is still a minor, her parents have authority over her. Unless she is married to the male, her parents do not have to give up custody.
You don't unless you talk it over with him/her and their parents. All i know is that if it's a girl, they don't like loosing their virginity. Unless you are completely in love or married, don't do it. If she wants to, go for it.