Can you still be deported if you have a two months bay with hernia that is a US citizen by birth?

    no

    Rights of children born in the us to alien parents?

    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.

    If you marry an immigrant can they be deported?

    yes, my husband is Mexican and we have a child, but they still deported my husband

    If you are a illegally in the US and had your child on US soil can you be deported and separated from your child?

    Yes, the child is a legal U.S. citizen, mother remains foreign citizen which means you could still get deported. You have the option of taking the child with you back to the foreign country until you fix your situation. If you take him/her out of the U.S. he/she has permission to come back in the country. When your child turns 18, they can "claim" the mother and the mother can become legal.

    Can children of one parent that is deported get any benefits?

    If the child is otherwise entitled to public benefits, they will still be entitled if a parent is deported. There is no added or forfeited benefits to a child of a deported parent.

    If a Pakistani is being held by the INS and is in the process of being deported can he marry an American citizen so that he can obtain citizenship?

    He can marry the US citizen but he won't gain citizenship through her n he will still b deported.

    What rights do a non married non American woman have if her child is born in America from an American citizen?

    Not a lot. She can still be deported - and separated from her child if the father / government chooses. Either get yourself married or gather up your child and return to your native country.

    What happens if an illegal immigrant has an American child?

    Any child born on U.S. soil is a natural citizen of the U.S. The mother/father does not attain citizenship merely because of the birth. If they were illegally in the U.S. at the time of the birth, they are still considered "Illegal" and are subject to deportation.AnswerIf the child is born in America, he or she is legally an American citizen. If the parent is deported, the child has to have a financial sponsor. AnswerThen, That American-born child can file immigration papers for his/her parents when he/she is 21 years old. It is a long wait, but right now it seems that it's the only way for the parents to become legal immigrants.

    Can someone get deported even if they owe child support?

    Yes, a person who owes child support can still be deported. You don't have to be in the same country to pay child support. You can send checks through the mail.

    Can you still be a citizen if you owe child support in the US?

    Yes, you can still be a citizen. The US does not revoke citizenship for people who owe child support.

    If you have children in the US can that stop you from deportation?

    No it can not. my husband and I have 2 children born in the US and I am a US citizen and they still deported him.

    Illegal alien has a child in the us can he still be deported?

    No it cant cuz it was born here

    Can you be deported if you have an American child?
    Well, it can definitely happen. Many parents of U.S. citizen children have been deported, so it could happen to you too. So if you are undocumented and unable to obtain any sort of citizenship while in the U.S., then you can be deported if the administration wants to do that. more
    How much is Child Benefit per child?
    There are 2 Child Benefit rates.What you'll get. more
    Is an only child a lonely child?
    MYTH: Only children are lonely. FACT: Only children can have as many friends as their peers with siblings do. more
    At what age can an American child file for a parent?
    21 years of age For a U.S. citizen child to petition for a parent, the child must be at least 21 years of age. more
    Can I adopt an African American child?
    From the standpoint of the adoption agency, African American adoptions are no different than any other adoption. All adoptions involve a birth mother and/or birth father making the loving choice to place their baby for adoption. more
    How much does the average American spend on each child at Christmas?
    How much does the average person spend on Christmas per child? American parents spend an average of $276 on their children (under 18) and $251 on themselves. In 2021, 48% of parents plan to spend the same amount of money. At the same time, 21% plan to spend less, and 13% intend to spend more. more
    Can you get child tax for third child?
    If you already have three or more children all born before 6 April 2017, then if you need to claim benefits, you'll get help for all your children. However, if your third child, or any other younger children, were born after 6 April 2017, you won't get extra money for them. more
    How do I teach my child Native American history?
    Roberts' advice for teaching your kids about of Native Americans during a time of Thanksgiving is simple:
    1. Make sure your children know who they are and where they came from.
    2. Always be skeptical.
    3. Acknowledge land history.
    4. Know whose land you're on.
    5. Learn a new point of view.
    more
    Is a child born outside the U.S. an American citizen?
    Citizens. Children who were born outside the U.S. but now live in the U.S. may acquire citizenship under Section 320 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). A child born outside of the United States automatically becomes a U.S. citizen when all of the following conditions have been met on or after Feb. more
    Can I get a visa if my child is American?
    If you are the spouse, parent, step-parent, child or step-child under the age of 21 of a U.S. citizen or the spouse of a deceased U.S. citizen you may apply for an immigrant visa in the immediate relative category on the basis of an immigrant visa petition filed by your relative with the U.S. Citizenship and more
    Who's child or whose child?
    If you forget, remember that who's is often a question — it has a little space waiting for an answer. That apostrophe stands for "is." Whose owns it all. It's possessive, like a kid who keeps all the toys close. The bottom line is that who's is short for "who is," and whose shows ownership. more

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