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
Same as a US Citizen father, nothing.
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.
No. The process of becoming a US citizen by marrying a US citizen is no longer applicable. The person must apply for citizenship through required legal procedures. However,it is understood that baring any unusual circumstances citizenship will be granted. A child born in the US becomes a US citizen with all the rights and privileges thereof.
The child of a US citizen is considered a US citizen.
you get rights
Yes, if born in the US, the child is automatically an American citizen.
Answer: if the child is born in the US, that child will be a US citizen
Yes. The child will be a US citizen. The parent will need to apply for permanent residency.
He has the right to divorce and to an equitable share of the marital estate, and has equal right to petition the court for custody of the child.
If a US citizen gives birth in a foreign country, the child IS a US citizen. In many countries (depending on where you are), the child would have dual citizenship.
Not all rights of a citizen aer defined, for example. you have the right to breath and open and shut your own eyes...you do NOT have a right to become a US Citizen without the government's definition or obligation to "give" that person that right.
Yes, if the child was born outside the US and one of the biological parents was a US citizen, you should go to the nearest embassy or consulate general of the US and register the child's birth so that he or she can officially be a US citizen (they are entitled to automatic US citizenship). If the child is born in the US, the birth certificate of the child is the proof of citizenship and no other paperwork is required. If the child was not the biological child of a US citizen (he or she was adopted, or belong to a non-citizen spouse that the US citizen has married), then the US citizen will have to apply for a US permanent residency visa for that child. The child is then eligible to become a naturalized US citizen after they turn 18 OR have lived in the US for 5 years, whichever comes later.
Yes the child is as long as one parent is a US citizen. At 18 the child may have a choice of choosing one citizenship since they hold a dual citizenship.
No, just the child.
In general a the country in which a child is born is considered its place of birth so a US child can not be born outside of the US. If you are a US citizen but your child is born while you are on a trip to Canada your child will be a Canadian Citizan.
If the parents are US citizens, then the child gets duel citizenship (citizenship in the country he/she is born in [depending on local laws], and US citizenship). Any person naturalized in the US or by American parents is a US citizen.
If one or more of the parents is a US citizen, the child is a US citizen, regardless of where they are born.
You are born one .
Any child that is born in the U.S. is considered a U.S. citizen, therefore they have all of the rights of a U.S. citizen. However, their parents are still considered illeagal and can still be deported, and that may be with or without their child.
Immigration status is a completely separate issue from child custody rights.
Any child born in the US is considered a US citizen.
Yes, under the nationalization and immigration acts; the child is a US Citizen as long as the mother registers the child with the appropriate state.
Basic answer is yes. The child will definitely be a US citizen, and possibly a citizen of the country where the birth took place.