As in the case of other foreign nationals not holding Canadian citizenship, children born in Canada of foreign representatives who are not Canadians by birth and no longer accredited may eventually be naturalized Canadian citizens, subject to relevant provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and once the residency obligations as set out in section 5 of the Citizenship Act are met.
Yes. Opposite to the healthcare in the USA, any Canadian citizen has a right to get free medical
No. A child born in Canada will come back home to the country of origin after the delivery. A grown
up child can come to Canada to study and then stay here permanently. However, in order the parents of
the child be granted a permanent residence, they should go through a sponsorship process, which
requires their Canadian kid to comply with the sponsorship program requirements, such as income,
admissibility factors, etc.
Can a mother willing to come to Canada be denied a Canadian visa because of her intention to deliver a baby on a Canadian soil?
No. Immigration, citizenship and refugees Canada clearly states that the assessment process of the
applicant for Canadian visa who is a pregnant woman should be based only on the applicant’s income,
admissibility factors and establishment in the country of origin.
Yes. Father and any other relatives are allowed to visit mother and the child at hospitals.
A: Yes. Every child born in Canada becomes a Canadian citizen, even if both parents are foreign nationals
(citizens of another country than Canada).