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    would the baby be?

    And if there's a wall, what nationality would the baby be if the pregnant woman climbs on top of the the wall and gives birth on it?

    I'm talking about giving birth on the very precise line that each country stops.
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    Then it would be a very thin baby..
    Or maybe whatever side the baby touches first given it would flail around a lot... =l
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    (Original post by Longshot700)
    would the baby be?

    And if there's a wall, what nationality would the baby be if the pregnant woman climbs on top of the the wall and gives birth on it?

    I'm talking about giving birth on the very precise line that each country stops.
    The baby would be the nationality of the mother or where the mothers residency is. If a pregnant woman goes on holiday (temporarily) e.g Greece and gives birth there, the baby wouldn't be a Greek national would it?
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    As mkap says, giving birth in a country does not necessarily and automatically confer that nationality on the baby.
 
 
 
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