If an illegal alien father has a baby with a US citizen mother will the father automatically become a US citizen after the baby is born?
No, he has to take a test and qualify to become an American citizen.
Can your daughter become a us citizen if she has her father last name you are a green card holder and your husband is illegal?
Depends on where she was born. If she was born in the United States she is all ready a citizen. If she was born outside the country she would have to apply for citizenship. Since your are not a citizen and your husband is illegal she is not a citizen unless born here.
If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his father is a us citizen and they were unwed?
the child goes to the father
Same as a US Citizen father, nothing.
If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his US citizen father is deceased?
The CitiZen Chil will be adopted by Federal / State
If your father is Greek and you have been born in Greece then you are a Greek citizen.
Can an illegal mother become a citizen or legal resident if her child was born in the US and the father of the child is an American military personnel?
Having a US born child and an American military personnel will not favor an illegal mother. She can try to legalize her status at the earliest.
The illegal immigrant can take his United States citizen son to Mexico; however, it is highly likely that the illegal father will be detained at customs due to his lack of citizenship.
In Athens to become a citizen you would have to be over the age of 18 and you would have to be a male. You cant be a slave and you cant be a foreigner. But long ago to become a citizen your father and your mothers father would have to be a citizen.
What rights does an illegal immigrant father have in the US who had a child with a legal citizen in the US?
He has rights to the child since he is the father, but i don't think he has any more general rights if he is still illegal.
How did barack obama qualify to run for president if his father was not a natural born citicen of the united states nor ever has ben?
His father was not relevant. Obama was born in the United States and so is automatically a natural born US citizen Even the children of illegal immigrants who are born in the US , the so-called anchor babies, are natural born US citizens.
If the birth is in the United Kingdom, then yes - automatically. If the birth is outside the United Kingdom and took place after 1 January 1983 and the father (or mother) is a British citizen other than by descent, then yes - automatically. Otherwise, you can become a British citizen by descent if your father (or mother) was a British citizen other than by descent by filling in an application form available at any… Read More
If you have an Irish born father that was not listed on the birth certificate are you still eligible for Irish citizenship?
If either parent was a citizen of Ireland at the time of the birth, the newborn would automatically be a citizen of Ireland as well.
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
Can a child who is a US Citizen be raised by paternal grandparents who are citizens if the illegal mother gets deported and citizen father is deceased can the mother ask for the child to be deported?
only if the child isn't a citizen, if he is a citizen then you would have to fly (plane) him over to wherever you live.
That would depend on if the child is born in america
Irrespective of the nationality of the mother or father, if the child is born in US soil, he/she will be automatically be a US Citizen
Can a child become a US citizen if he or she is born out of wedluck in the Philippines with a US citizen father?
NO! yes!my baby is a us citizen even if she born in philippines and not yet married as long as the father acknowledge her and had the DNA test with the US embassy whlle applying with her passport.
A child born in The United States of America is automatically a citizen, regardless of the parents' citizenship. I do not know how many children have non-citizen parents.
Can an unwed illegal alien mother file for child support from a US citizen father in North Carolina?
yes see link
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child.
My understanding is that he was never a US citizen. He came to the US on a student visa and returned to Kenya after he completed his education.
Can you become an American Citizen if your father was born in the US but you have never lived there?
Answer: If your blood father is born in the US that makes him a citizen. In that case all you have to do is file form N-600 Application for Certificate of Citzenship ($460), you can get that at uscis.gov
Yes. His immigration status bear no significance when it comes to parental rights.
Yes very likely since immigration status has no bearing on parental rights.
Only if the birth is registered in that country's U.S. embassy. If not, he can still be a citizen if father lived in the US a certain amount of years, and a certain amount of years past a specific age ( the actual years and age depends on the father's year of birth). If that fails,
Can i become president if i were born in a foreign country and my father was a citizen but my mother was not a American citizen?
I'm assuming you're asking if you can be President of the United States. The simple answer is, it depends. The father must have spent five years in the US after age 14 before you were born for you to be considered an American citizen. Things become more complicated if your parents weren't married. You'd have to prove paternity somehow.
If an illegal immigrant marries a woman who has legal status and they have a child will the father then have legal status?
No, marrying a US citizen or a permanent resident does not grant the illegal immigrant legal status regardless of whether there is a child involved or not.
No, there does not seem to be any evidence that President Obama's biological father became a U.S. citizen, and in fact, he ultimately returned to his country.
If both parents were US citizens and married before the birth, the the child is automatically a US citizen; birthplace is irrelevant. However, if only one parent was a US citizen at the time of the birth , it gets a little trickier. It depends on when the child was born (laws change), however since 1952, if the couple was married before the birth and the father meets residency requirements in the US then the… Read More
Can an illegal immigrant be deported for committing a misdemeanor crime if she has a child born in the us and the father of the baby is a us citizen?
well the question of the daay would be are they married????
Can a child automatically be a US citizen if they are born to a parent who is a US citizen because their parent was a US citizen?
It depends- if the father and grandfather have lived in the U.S., then yes the child would be a citizen. However, if the father has lived most iof his life outside the U.S., then it is highly unlikely that the child would be considered a U.S. citizen- even though his father and grandfather were U.S. citizens. Example: Grandfather was born and raised in the U.S. [GRANDFATHER IS A US CITIZEN] Grandfather moves to France at… Read More
Are children born to us citizens father military in a German hospital a us citizen or carry dual citizenship?
All births to a U.S. citizen are automatically considered a U.S. citizen by virtue of even just one parent. Although Germany might consider the child a dual citizen, one must remember that U.S. law does not recognize dual citizenship.
The biological father have to give up his parental rights or this will not be possible. If he is an illegal immigrant he can still have paternal rights in the US. Once his rights are terminated you can apply for adoption.
If a female illegal immigrant becomes pregnant by a US male citizen and has the baby on US soil can she become a citizen?
no, the baby will automatically become a citizen but the mom would not, she would have to be married to the father and he would have to go through all the proper steps and legal paperwork for the mom to become a permanent resident first and then 5 years later you can apply for citizenship if you are accepted to be a permanent resident first. after first filing with the immigration service, it takes at… Read More
Only if you are a citizen of Poland. If you were born in Poland, you are automatically a Polish citizen. If you were born outside Poland your Polish parent(s) could apply for Polish citizenship on your behalf. Otherwise, a substancial residency in Poland is reqiuired to apply for Polish citizenship.
If my Grandmother was a US citizen but has deceased and her child your father deceased can you in anyway become a US citzen?
only if you were born in the united states
Of course not. He was born in Hawaii in 1961, and Hawaii had officially become a state of the United States in 1959. So, President Obama is a natural-born American citizen and is quite legal. Some people get confused because he has a "foreign-sounding" name, but he inherited that from his father. As for Barack Senior, he never was a US citizen but he came here legally to study, and ultimately left and returned to… Read More
If my father just became a US citizen about two months ago and I have been here since I was about four illegaly how long now that my father is a citizen will it take for me to become a perm resident?
When someone comes over to the United States it takes you 15 years in order to be eligible to become an American citizen and on top of that you have to take course, on being an American citizen and you have to pass the test at the end of the class. the last post its completely WRONG. because it doesnt take 15 years to become an American citizen. if you have a green card it… Read More
If a US citizen is married to an illegal immigrant and they have 2 us born children can the father obtain legal status or is he subject to deportation and would the children effect the decision?
That depends- is the father the illegal immigrant or is he the US citizen? If so, he would have to leave the U.S. And no, the children have no effect on the decision. Answer The US citizen needs to find out the steps to get the spouse legal. If s/he is deported, it will seriously affect the family. Having US children does not change his status. Like all things, facing the problem and working on… Read More
Does an illegal father have rights to u.s born child mother is also a us citizen parents are not married does the father have legal rights to this child?
It depends. In pakistan, the father has the custody. In US, both parents would be considered for custody, however case is stacked against father from get go based on his illegal status in US. However if mother is considered as responsible parent (based on her past), she might not have a problem wining the case.
Any child born on U.S. soil is a natural citizen of the U.S. The mother/father does not attain citizenship merely because of the birth. If they were illegally in the U.S. at the time of the birth, they are still considered "Illegal" and are subject to deportation. Answer If the child is born in America, he or she is legally an American citizen. If the parent is deported, the child has to have a financial… Read More
If my step mother is Panamanian and my father is from the United States and have been married for more than 25 years. Can, I apply or due I qualify to become Panamanian citizen or dual citizenship? In this case does my step sister have dual citizenship? How due I obtain ?
What custodial rights does an illegal immigrant father have to a child born out of wedlock with a US citizen?
US law presumes that an unmarried mother has sole custodial rights to a child until the court rules otherwise. This applies to US citizen fathers as well as non citizen fathers. Before custodial issues could be addressed the father would have to establish paternity, preferably through DNA testing. The issue of the father not being a US citizen has no bearing on his rights to petition for custody or visitation. Although his being unlawfully present… Read More
As far as i know the parent would have to first become a citizen, moving them from legal resident status, once the parent files for US citizenship he/she also files for the underage child/ren. the under age child/ren then automatically become citizens the same time as the parent. This is what my father in law and many others i know did when they migrated to the US.
If your husband's mother became a citizen before he was 18 does that make him a citizen if his father is not a citizen?
You have to be born in America to be a citizen
In the United States, the general rule is that one is a natural-born citizen if born within the US or one of its territories, or if at least one parent is a US citizen. If the mother is not a US citizen, it can get a little fiddly (because when a child it's born it's usually pretty obvious who the mother is but who the father is may be open to question); generally the US… Read More
If you are a us citizen age 18 and pregnant by your boyfriend age 21 who is an illegal alien will he get in a lot of trouble from the government when your baby is born?
The only way he can get into trouble is if he is caught in the country (being in the country illegally). He cant get in trouble for being the father of your baby. Illegal alien? O.O
Yes. If the mother is an illegal alien, she has no legal standing in US Family Courts. As such, if she brought the case to court, she could quite likely be facing deportation. As a military father, he has not only the legal rights to the child, who is also a legal US citizen, but the child has the right to remian in the US, and the father unquestionably demonstrates the ability to provide financially… Read More
The child may already be a US citizen. Just apply for a passport. Father must have spend at least five years in the US after age 14. If parents aren't married, get a DNA test to prove paternity.
The following guidelines must be met before the child is considered a US citizen: * the child is under 18 years of age; * the child is or becomes a permanent resident (not a greencard holder); * at least one parent of the child became a sworn naturalized US citizen after February 27, 2001; * the child lives with and is in the legal custody of the US citizen parent. Visit the United States Citizenship… Read More