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 child is a US citizen. Your best bet is to consult an attorney who specializes in this.
father borm in san francisco but the mother is an mexican citizen and baby born in mexico is the baby an american citizen
the child goes to the father
Yes. the child is American citizen.
He is both Mexican and American. He has dual citizenship.
A DNA test with the childs and fathers blood
Yes, the child is entitled to hold citizenship of both Mexico and the US.
No, If the child was born on U.S. soil then the child is a U.S. citizen.
You do not have a snow balls chance, there is no reciprocal program with Mexico. You can get an order established, but it will only be enforceable if he re-enters the country. You do have the option of filing a motion in Mexico.
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
Same as a US Citizen father, nothing.
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.
the parents will obviously give them citizenship since there citizens and its there child,
If your father is Greek and you have been born in Greece then you are a Greek citizen.
A childs mother must file a petition for child support in the local family court.
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 child has no rights if he is still with his mother but if not,then all the money and things go to te child
That would depend on if the child is born in america
do n/ot under question. are you making reference to the father of the child or to the child? if you are making reference to the father, who apparrently is not a u.s. citizen, the mother, who is a u.s. citizen, can apply to immigration and apply for her husband to come to the u.s. legally. should the father of child already be here legally, then he must apply for u.s. citizenship. the child is a u.s. citizen by virtue of mom being a citizen. good luck..just go to immigration office or if you have a computer, crank in bcis, u.s. government and you will find all types of answers...
the child will be a citizen of both countries the country that the child is born in and wherever the mother or father is from like say the baby's mother is a filipina and the father is an american the child will be a citizen of both countries
No he/she was born in that country and is a citizen