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If my wife travels back home to the philippines while 6 months pregnant as a permanent resident, how will the child gain citizenship even if shes not a citizen yet? Any advice?


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If my wife travels back home to the philippines while 6 months pregnant as a permanent resident, how will the child gain citizenship even if shes not a citizen yet? Any advice?

Shouldn't be a problem if the father is a US citizen.

You have to register the birth abroad, but the child is a natural born US citizen.


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I don't know the answer but I *think* if one parent is a US citizen you can do something to give the child US citizenship pretty easily even if it isn't born in the US. Don't know specifics. Sorry I couldn't help more! Someone will be able to

If my wife travels back home to the philippines while 6 months pregnant as a permanent resident, how will the child gain citizenship even if shes not a citizen yet? Any advice?

Shouldn't be a problem if the father is a US citizen.

You have to register the birth abroad, but the child is a natural born US citizen.

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check with the embassy there, you'll have to go thru them to register the birth abroad.


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If my wife travels back home to the philippines while 6 months pregnant as a permanent resident, how will the child gain citizenship even if shes not a citizen yet? Any advice?

I gave birth to my son in Kuwait and he has 2 passport, US and PI.

You just have to report his birth. Submit his birth certificate along with your documents... Tell your wife to call the nearest embassy.


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Doesn`t the US citizen have to be present though at the presentation of the child to the CO? I know both of us had to be there to sign the documents when we went for our daughter.

Yes I believe this is true- at least here in Ireland, we are required to go to the embassy as a family (USC husband. myself, and the twins).


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