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.
A Latino is someone who is of central american deccent. A chicano is someone who's parents were born in Mexico and you were born in the United States. And a Hispanic and someone who is from Spain or in that area.
At the American embassy in Mexico City:http://www.usembassy-mexico.gov/
Shes american and her parents are from mexico and italy.So she is Mexican and Italian and american
Well, I hope what you're trying to ask is "What do you call a person who's parents were born in Mexico, but they were not." You call someone who was born in Mexico, Mexican. Someone who's parents are Mexican (Born in Mexico) they are called Mexican- Americans.
unfortunately, not the parents.
You are Mexican-American, but your citizenship would be either American, Mexican or both.
Only if at least one of your parents holds a Mexican citizenship.
n,born in roswell,New Mexico,both parents American
Even though the state has the word 'Mexico' in it doesn't mean its a Mexican country. New Mexico is just as much a part of the United States as Maine and Alaska are. Someone from New Mexico is an American. They can also be a New Mexican, just like someone from Minnesota is a Minnesotan.
No. Her great-grandparents were Mexican immigrants, but her grandparents, parents and herself are American-born.
The nationality of Aaron Diaz's parents are Irish-American and Mexican. Aaron Diaz's father is Mexican and his mother is Irish-American. Aaron Diaz was born in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
No. Only biological parents or adopting parents are responsible for the financial support of minor children.
No but the baby can be a citizen of Mexico and America, but because the parents are both citizens of mexica, then the baby will default to a Mexico Citizenship, that he can dispute at the age of 18.
No. Mitt Romney was born in Detroit, Michigan. Mitt Romney's father, George Romney, was born in Mexico to American parents serving as missionaries.
You would be the classic example of a second-generation Mexican-American.
That their parents were the ones who were actually the immigrants. For example, if someone moves from Spain to Mexico, their children would be second generation immigrants.
Mexican fist of all both your parents and grandparents are from Mexico.
Mexico belongs to the North American subcontinent.
The Olmec, they were the fathers of the mesoamerican culture.
Paula is Mexican-American. Her parents were born in Mexico and migrated (legaly) to the U.S. She was born in Texas, she is Chicana.
Invasion Estadounidense de Mexico or: American invasion of Mexico
Selena Gomez travels throughout the world, don't you think shes been to Mexico?ImproveHer fathers from Mexico what do you think?
No. Central America starts at the Mexico-Guatemala and Mexico-Belize border.