Status of Children Born in Canada
If you and your husband, common law spouse or conjugal partner decide you want to start a family, any child that you give birth to in Canada is automatically considered a Canadian citizen. This is regardless of your status, whether you are a visitor, a permanent resident, or Canadian citizen yourself. It is possible for your children to hold dual citizenship but it might require you to complete paperwork from your country of origin if you wish them to be recognized as a citizen there. Dual citizenship is also dependent on the immigration policies of your home country.