Baby papers: What your baby will get when he or she is born in Canada

An important step in having a child in Canada is to apply for Canadian citizenship, which is based on the principle of right of soil. For this purpose, a certain set of documents must be obtained.

These documents include:

Birth certificate (birth certificate)


Canada Mama Consulting assists you in obtaining a second citizenship (Russia, Ukraine) for your baby. With our help you will be able to get passports, legalization and other necessary documents without unnecessary expectations and in the shortest possible time!

In this video, you will learn about the time limits for obtaining a second citizenship and the most common mistakes when processing documents on your own after birth.


Does giving birth to a baby in Canada give citizenship to the parents? 

While giving birth to a baby in Canada is not an automatic way for the parents to become Canadian citizens, it can be a first step towards citizenship. If one or both parents already have Canadian citizenship or are permanent residents of Canada at the time of the child's birth, then the child may be eligible for Canadian citizenship.

In addition to this, parents can apply for citizenship for their baby based on his or her birth in Canada and their own status or legal situation in the country. However, this process is not automatic and requires certain procedures and formalities.

So, while the birth of a baby in Canada does not in itself confer citizenship on the parents, it does open the door to possible citizenship in the future, depending on their status and circumstances.

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