U.S. demands proof of parentage for IVF babies born in Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Golan
    • 04.02.12 | 20:27 (IST)

    The US position is not legal, as US law stands, the state dept is making it's own law, An adopted child of US citizens is automatically a citizen as is a minor when parents acquire citizenship, As legal parents mothers have the right to register thier children as US citizens. The US state dept has made it a habit of making up the law as they feel like it, But the US supreme court has ruled several times on these issues. As for the treatment at the embassy that is a violation of the law These people should contact a lawyer and sue the embassy for violating their privacy , these discussions should be done in privacy not in public

    from the article: U.S. demands proof of parentage for IVF babies born in Israel
    First published 01:58 03.02.12 | Last updated 01:58 03.02.12
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