Canadian citizenship law provides that a person is generally a Canadian citizen if they are born in Canada.  Since 1952, however, there has been an exception to those who are born in Canada if neither of the child’s parents are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and if either parent was, at the time of the child’s birth: a diplomatic or consular officer or other representative or employee in Canada of a foreign government; an employee in the service of one of the people listed above; or an officer or employee of […]

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