It doesn't matter if the mother is American the three requirements to be president are: BE A NATURAL BORN CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES Be at least 35 years old Lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years(Doesn't need to be consecutive) So no, s/he cannot be president
No US President was born in, raised in or had his or her power base in Alaska.
All Presidents of the United States of America have been American citizens, but Martin Van Buren (1782-1862), eighth president of the United States (1837-1841) was the first President born after the United States won its independence from Britain.
Since you were born. Only a native born American Citizen can be president.
No president was born in Michigan. But Gerald Ford. who was born in Nebraska, lived in Michigan most of his life and is buried there. His step father was from Grand Rapids MI and "adopted" him when he married his mother. Ford is the only president with a Michigan connection.
He was actually born in Scotland but moved to Canada but did most of his inventing in Boston.
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The current President Obama had a foreign-born father. Before him. Herbert Hoover's mother was born in Canada.
His mother was a U.S. citizen, which qualifies him to run.
File for in and they will contact Canada.
His father was born in Africa (Kenya); his mother was born in Kansas. Thus, President Obama, who was born in Hawaii, is African-American.
Being born in Canada, or anywhere else, does not necessarily bar a person from becoming president. There are many US citizens which were born elsewhere.The Citizenship Clause is stated in the 14th amendment.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr was born on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, where his mother owned a vacation home.
Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, was born to a father from Kenya and a mother from Kansas. He was the first African-American to hold the presidency and served two terms in office from 2009 to 2017.
The child would have dual citizenship; Canadian and American.
The person in question. Her mother was born in London Ontario around 1908. The Mother's maiden was Rosalene Margarette Wells.
YES, if the father has retained his american citizenship,no problem. In fact you can have dual citizenship Canadian AND American.
She was born somewhere in Canada!