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Thread: News: USCIS Policy Alert on Effect of Assisted Reproductive Technology on Immigration

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    News: USCIS Policy Alert on Effect of Assisted Reproductive Technology on Immigration

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    Retired INS
    It would be nice to better define the terms for us non-legal scholars. So, if an American woman offers to be the host for an embryo that does not use her egg, she can pass on citizenship to a child born outside the United States, or gain a petitionable relationship to a child born in the U.S. if this birth mother is not a citizen? Correct? If the birth mother is the legal mother at the time of birth.

    So, what if an American woman and a foreign father use a foreign woman to carry their baby, in a foreign country - does the donor mother lose her ability to transmit citizenship?

    Is the child considered "out of wedlock" if the birth mother is carrying the baby for a married couple who cannot conceive on their own?

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