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    Default U.S. Citizenship for a Baby

    Hi,

    I and my wife are both Canadian permanent residents and citizens of India currently. We are planning to have a baby in 2020 and we would like to have our baby born in the U.S.A . I am aware of the costs associated with delivery of the baby in U.S.A and am financially capable completely to afford the delivery of our baby in the best hospital in U.S.A.

    In this case, what is the legal process to ensure that we are allowed to have our baby born in U.S.A so that our baby can be a U.S citizen even though I and my wife are Canadian permanent residents?Is there any specific visa we need to apply in this case for delivery of baby in U.S.A? I would also like to mention here that both me and my wife will be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship in mid of 2019. We are going to apply for B1/B2 visitor visa by end of 2018.

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    Default Re: U.S. Citizenship for a Baby

    There is no "I want to have a baby in the U.S." visa. There is no way that anybody can guarantee that you will get a U.S. visa, or promise you that you will be able to be lawfully in the U.S. at the time your baby is born.

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