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Nill
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child's place of residence

I date with foreigner and he wants me to move to his country. to tell the truth it is difficult decision for me because I like the place where I live. But the question about other thing. when child birth he/she is the resident of the country where he/she was born or somehow due to parents nationality and what to do if IPs have different nationalities?

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Nill
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child's place of residence

i don't know exactly if to tell the truth but I think child will be the resident of the country from where child's parents are and in birth certificate the place of birth will be written due to the fact where child was born even if it is not parent's place of residence.

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Lanny
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child's place of residence

Don't mix place of residence and nationality. Nationality will be written according to father's nationality, think nationality of biological father and in line of birth place there will be the place where child was born but child will be not the resident of the country where he/she was born.

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Billy-Bob
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child's place of residence

as i know for example in America if child is born there, he/she automatically become a resident of the USA. it can depend on country.
about nationality i agree with Lanny, there is no difference when he/she was born, here parents' nationalities play role

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Nill
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child's place of residence

agree about usa, they have the law according to which if child was born there it means that child is a resident of States since the first seconds of life :) Don't know about other countries.

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Nill
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child's place of residence

i don't know my child to be the resident of the other country. I want my child to be the resident of my country, to speak my language, to know the culture and customs of the country from where his parents are. think it is better than to have a child who will be the president of the other country.

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Ben29
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child's place of residence

I definitely understand you, because, it's really difficult to move to another city, moreover to move to another country. But it depends on a person himself. Your future child will be a citizen, and a resident of the country in which he/she was born, when it goes about the country to which you are going to move

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Nill
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child's place of residence

It's for you to decide,how important is this person for you-are you ready for such a serious step forward in order to be together with him?If you are-go for it.But you can always ask him to come to country for you to live together. :) The child will become the resident of the country he will be born in,that's for sure.You can change it later,of course,if you'd plan to get somewhere else.I think,it almost doesn't matter where your child will live,as long as it will be all love and understanding between all of you and your house will be filled with this.

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Floyd
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If the father of your child

If the father of your child is a foreigner, then it is desirable to think about the nationality of the child even during pregnancy. This question is very important for your baby. Answering him, you decide in which language he will certainly need to talk, where to participate in elections, build a career, serve in the army, pay taxes, protect which state he will use, etc.Two principles are known for the acquisition of citizenship. One of them is the principle of the right of blood (the child receives the citizenship of the parents, regardless of the country in which he was born), the other - the principle of the right of the territory (the child acquires the citizenship of the country in which he was born). Thus, there are several aspects that affect the acquisition of citizenship by newborns: the permanent residence of the parents at the time of their birth, their citizenship and, finally, the place of birth of the child. Possessing all this information, circumstances can always be changed, for example, move to give birth in another country or change a permanent place of residence.

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Calvin
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In a difficult time, during a

In a difficult time, during a difficult period of transition, a person seeks support. Therefore, it is oriented towards a national community (diaspora), which can provide support. Authoritative people dealing with regional problems argue that today the national problem is the most acute in Russia. The difficulty is also that it penetrates into the broadest spheres of public life. And even in our family life.

Why is Russia such a disputed country? But because it has Eurasian essence. Foreign and domestic researchers believe that interethnic conflicts in Russia occur between the two main types of civilizations: between the northern Christian and southern Islamic.

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