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Asked by sandy from philippines | Dec. 02, 2015 00:51
About:Dual Nationality

baby citizenship with a chinese father and a filipino mother

i am a filipina and my husband is chinese national. we wanted our 1 year old baby to become a chinese citizen and to go to china few months from now for just 1 month. is my baby continues to be a chinese citizen even if we are already in the phil? we, as parents, be allowed to change his chinese citizenship to fiilipino (say for instance he is already 11 years old)? tnx

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Answered by Ruby from Russia | Dec. 08, 2015 00:34
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Sandy, was your baby born in Philipines? If so, you can bring your baby to the embassy and apply a Chinese passport for him. If your baby gets the Chinese passport, then he will acquire Chinese citizenship. However, your baby still needs to register at the police station where your husband's household is registered. It's said that this process is complicated. You'd better ask your husband to consult with local PSB.

Dual-citizenship is not admitted by PRC. So if you plan to change your baby citizenship in the future, your baby should cancel her Chinese citizenship first.
Answered by sandy from philippines | Dec. 08, 2015 04:54
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yes he was born in the phils. may i know what is local PSB? thank you so much for the information :-)
Answered by Ruby | Dec. 09, 2015 01:31
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Sandy, PSB refers to local police station.
Answered by sandy from philippines | Jan. 18, 2016 03:53
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is it true that my baby need to undergo dna testing in that local police in china to prove that he is really the son of my chinese husband? thank you :-)
Answered by Ruby | Jan. 18, 2016 21:47
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Usually, the birth certificate is enough. But I don't know if the police station has any other requirements, DNA testing, for example. Your husband is a Chinese. He can consult with the police station on this issue.
Answered by Cris from China | Oct. 23, 2018 02:30
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Hi, how about if the baby is born here in china, what does he need to have a passport, or travel document for him to go to Philippines.. baby is just 3 months old and we would like to visit Philippines..mother is a filipina and is staying here in china .
Answered by Hailie from Belgium | Oct. 23, 2018 19:53
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Well, if he doesn't want to give up Chinese citizenship then he need to apply for a visa before departing to Philippines. The specific documents needed you can consult the Philippines Embassy in China and their phone numbers are Tel:+86-10-65321872 Tel:+86-10-65322451.
Answered by Mabel from Philippines | Aug. 31, 2021 06:30
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Hello are you still there? I also have same question regarding this matter. Since this is 2016 pa how it’s goin po? May dna testing po bang nahanap for applying Chinese citizen for your baby? Hope you reply po
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