if im on (hypothetically) vacation and i happen to give birth in, say, Bora Bora, is my child automatically a Polynesian citizen? does it depend on the country? what if it's an American military family stationed in Germany, is the child born in the German hospital a German citizen or citizen of the US?
just wondering, S/O of the other citizenship question.
Answer by Rosehawk at 8:38 PM on May. 12, 2013
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Answer by maecntpntz219 at 10:37 PM on May. 12, 2013
As others have stated, different countries, different rules. I became pregnant while we were in Germany. Husband left on deployment soon after and the paperwork to document our child as a US citizen was insane. I decided to go back home to have our son. Had I of stayed, Jeremy would have dual citizenship.
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