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- Dec 8, '06 by RGN1Quote from caringnursenjI'm pretty sure this is not the case anymore, I'm fairly sure that your citizenship is taken from your parents/place you live now.Just to share what I read years ago, I read that a child born in an airplane or ship may acquire the citizenship of the country where the vessel/plane was registered.
- Jan 1, '07 by rn4ever?For anyone interested, this link explains what happens to the citizenship of the child when he/she is delivered while the mother is aboard a plane:Howstuffworks "If a child is born on an airplane, what's his citizenship?"
Quote from RGN1I'm pretty sure this is not the case anymore, I'm fairly sure that your citizenship is taken from your parents/place you live now.
- Jun 2, '07 by ajaxgirlQuote from motorcycle mamaSo did you decide Italy or Canada? Or did you stay in the US?I'm pregnant and my husband has this big idea that I should have the baby in Italy (his mother country). He thinks this will make the baby a dual citizen.
Does anyone know anything about this or where would be a good place to find out?
- Jun 2, '07 by suzanne4She is still in the US.
- Jun 2, '07 by suzanne4Topic at hand has been well answered and is no longer a viable issue for the poster.