Who is not automatically an American citizen?
immigrants who work in America
If I marry my British boyfriend will he become an American citizen and will I become a British Citizen?
If your daughter in law is visiting from England and she has her baby over here does the baby automatically qualify for American citizenship and by proxy would she be allowed in wo all the hassels?
Can you go and live in American and work so that your American born baby can have an American education?
If both parents are non-citizen American Indians is their child born on American soil automatically a U. S. citizen?
Yes, the child born on U.S. soil, in the air or onboard a U.S. plane becomes an U.S. citizen automatically. It does not, however, give the non-citizen parents a right to stay (with the citizen child) in the U.S. Without proper documentation they will be deported to their homeland. At the age of 18 the child can choose to apply for permanent residency for them (so-called Green Card).
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…
There is not 4 ways, but two. If you are born in the US you are a citizen and if you are from another country you can be naturalized a citizen. Children born to an American citizen are automatically citizens and children born in places like a military base are also citizens no matter where the base is located.
Sadly marriage to an american citizen does not make the spouse an american citizen. If one of your parents lived in another country the child would have dual citizenship. However to obtain citizenship you would need to go through the naturalization process or through a green card (for permanent residency.) Naturalization is a test incoming immigrants take to become a citizen legally. The test has information based on American History, and being able to understand…
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If a Canadian lives in America and is married to an American and they have a child born in America can the child have American and Canadian citizenships?
No, but if you want it to yes you can talk to the government. well, since the child has an American parent who is a citizen and was born in the U.S, the child automatically has American citizen ship, but not Canadian. Although if the child was born in Canada, he/she would have Canadian citizenship. Although, when it comes to sports, the child could play for either American or Canadian international sides.
Even if a foreigner marries an American citizen they do not automatically gain US citizenship. There is a very detailed, lengthy, process in which both the foreigner and US spouse must go through in order for the foreigner to gain citizenship. This process can take years and may be denied by the end of it all.
There are several different ways to become an American citizen. For example, some people are admitted as refugees, in which case they do not have to have desirable work skills. Some people are admitted because they marry an American citizen or have other relatives who are citizens. And of course, people who are born in America are automatically citizens, regardless of any skills they do or do not have.