My child was born in Hong Kong in 2014 out of wedlock. The mother was a Chinese national and I am a US citizen born and raised in the USA my entire life. I married her in Hong Kong in 2018. I was able to get them both visas ,ir1, and ir2. They are now here in the United States. I would like to get... View More
If you are the birth father of the child, then you should be able to file a Form N-600 to obtain a certificate of citizenship. Under the Child Citizenship Act (INA 320) a child born outside of the United States automatically becomes a U.S. citizen when all of the following conditions have been met...View More
Me and my ex fiance dated for 7 years or so and split and share a son together. She has a daughter from another ex that is in and out of prison. Her daughter is now award of the state, AZ, and I want to adopt her and she wants me to as well to come live with her brother and I. She lives with her... View More
My son is 7 years old and was born in WI. I moved to ND to be with family, with consent from child's father. He has had zero contact with his son in 5 years and is in and out of jail. I want to go for full custody now. I am engaged to be married to my boyfriend, also the father to my twin... View More
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