If an American citizen has a baby in Mexico is it true that she can pass her baby by land at a border before the baby is 2 years old without obtaining a US birth certificate from an Embassy first?
Mollie, what are you doing asking questions like that? Does your mum know? No. that is not true. You have to register the baby at the embassy in order for the child to derive citizenship. The Immigration Inspector at the port of entry is not going to allow you to enter the U.S. without proof of the child's status. Think about it..... trafficking the port of entry?
You are an American citizen and your son was born in England to a British mother. Is your son an American citizen?
If an American citizen gives birth in Jamaica is the child considered an American or Jamaican citizen and will the child be able to go to America without paperwork?
When my American cousin gave birth in Africa, her daughter was automatically an American citizen. No... that would make the baby an American citizen... but it won't allow a Jamaican mother to stay in America neccessarily! The infant is an American citizen and usually all that is needed is the official birth certificate so the parent(s) have proof that the infant is indeed theirs. It would be in the best interest of the parents to…
If a female citizen of a foreign country has a child fathered by an American in that foreign country is the child an American citizen?
Is a person born in an American embassy in France a natural born citizen of the US if neither parent is a US citizen?
If an American citizen mother gives birth in Italy the father is an Italian citizen is the child American or Italian or both?
Does my husband need his citizenship certificate to file for me even though he became a citizen through his dad at age six?
Apparently you can just go to a us embassy like the us embassy in Athens but I do suggest about getting a immigration lawyer so I do recommend and you would have to have a Foriegn citizenship(passport)and also get your certificate of loss of renounce and fill out I-94 along with birth certificate. Mostly the CBP will let you so have a nice flight to the USA
Can a Canadian citizen married to a US citizen get dual citizenship for their children born in the US?
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.