Who was the first baby born in the US in 2000?
Virginia Dare was the first baby born in the colonies. This was over 100 years before the US was created. Read More
The Sacajawea dollar first was minted in 2000. Read More
If a baby is born on US soil the baby is a US citizen regardless of the parents' immigration status. Read More
The Baby. Evolution tells us that new species evolve - so the first distinctly "human" person was born as a baby to a not-quite-human primate. Read More
Elizabeth Jordan Carr, born December 28, 1981 in Norfolk Virginia Read More
There isn't just one. Plus, it depends on the time zone of the baby born. Many babies in the country were all born on 1/1/2003 at 12:01 am. Read More
only if the baby was born in the us Read More
The baby will have US citizenship. Read More
Johnny Mckenzie. January 1st, 2011, 12:00:59 AM Read More
The biggest baby born in the U.S Jack Skeeter. Read More
If a male citizen has a baby with a non citizen the baby is born in the US will the child be a US citiezen or not unless the parents are married?
Answer: if the child is born in the US, that child will be a US citizen Read More
If a woman is a naturalized US citizen will baby be a US Citizen even if the baby's dad is NOT a US Citizen and the baby is born in a different country?
If the dad isn't a citizen and the baby wasnt born in America then no. Read More
If a baby is born on foreign soil but raised in the US and although only one parent is a US citizen doesn't that automatically make the baby a US citizen?
The baby would be both a US citizen as well as a citizen of whatever country they were born in. Read More
yeah it is rally interesting Read More
Bill Clinton , born in 1946, is the first baby boomer to be US President. He was truly part of the baby boom, since he was conceived soon after his father returned from the service. When the soldiers came back from fighting in the World War II after having been away from their wives for 4 years of so, a large number of babies were conceived and born, producing what was called the baby boom… Read More
No, it only makes the baby a citizen. Read More
?? A baby is born in Germany (with German birth certificate) to American parents (Dad in US Army). What paperwork has to be done in US to prove American citizenship? Read More
Yes he has to be born in us Read More
Then they are legally a citizen of both the us and where ever they were born Read More
If a woman is a naturalized US citizen will baby be a US Citizen even if the baby's dad is NOT a US Citizen and the baby was born in a different country?
Yes, since the mother is a citizen (no matter how she became a citizen), the baby is a citizen regardless of where it was born. However, there are additional rules if the baby does not end up living back in the the US or if the parents/grandparents have not lived in the US for a period of time. Check in with the local embassy. Read More
If you're born on US soil, you're a US citizen. Read More
If a female has a baby with a non-citizen the baby is born in the us will the child be able to get benefits?
the baby is concederd an American citizen too because it is born in the u.s and it does not matter if the father is not a citizen the baby can still get benefits! Read More
As of November 12, 2009 baby born in the USA every 7 seconds. http://www.census.gov/population/www/popclockus.html Read More
On July 1, 2000, Vermont became the first US state to legalize same-sex civil unions. Read More
Other countery citezens travel to US and there baby born in US is baby can get automaticaly US citizenship?
As far as I know the baby will receive automactic citizenship although the parent will not. The parent thus can go thru the steps for receiving their own citizenship. Read More
John Tyler , born in 1790, was the first US President born after the US Constitution was ratified. Read More
Whatever you can get... The good news is that if your baby was born in the USA - it will have US citizenship... Read More
No. In the US, a baby is born every 4.3 seconds. Read More
If a baby is born outside of the US but one or both parents are citizens is the baby automatically a US citizen?
Yes However birth needs to be recorded with US embassy in the country of birth. Read More
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. Read More
Yes, according the Constitution of the United States. Read More
Bill Clinton! Read More
Yes, he was the first born after the US became independent from Britain. Read More
A child born outside the US will not be issued a US birth certificate. The birth certificate will be issued by the country in which the child was born. Read More
Persons in the US who were born in the late 1940's and early 1950's are baby boomers. Read More
You are pregnant and your visa has expired in the US can you have your baby here and become a us citizen?
If your baby is born here they are a citizen at birth, but you won't be because you had the baby. You need to go through all the steps to become a citizen. Read More
What citizenship will the baby of an American man married to a Korean woman have if the couple has lived in the US for the past two years but mom wants to go back to Korea to have the baby?
if the baby is born in Korea then the baby will be a citizen of Korea......but can also later become a citizen of the us Read More
It is unknown who the first African American born in the US Was however it was most likely a slave. Read More
Does a baby born in the US with illegal parents loose citizenship if deported back to Mexico with parents?
No. A baby born in the United States is a citizen of the United States no matter where he/she subsequently moves. Read More
When a baby was born in other country such as US and Canada are they considered citizen of that country?
Yes they are. Read More