Tracey Boakye Celebrates As She Secures The Powerful American Passport For Her Son (+Photo)

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Actress cum entrepreneur, Tracey Boakye and her husband, Frank Ntiamoah recently welcomed their first son together.

The couple prior to the birth of the adorable baby boy had traveled to the United States of America, which means they spent months in the country which is touted as the most powerful in the world.

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Eventually, on March 6, 2023, many online portals reported that Tracey and Frank‘s son who is called Akwesi Badu Ntiamoah has been born in the United States of America.

As a result of the birth of the baby in the USA, he was viable for an American passport and the parents successfully secured one for him by taking advantage of the United States of America’s Jus Soli regime.

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Jus Soli law or birthright citizenship according to the Encyclopedia Britannica is a process whereby citizenship is acquired by birth within the territory of the state, regardless of parental citizenship; and jus sanguinis, whereby a person, wherever born, is a citizen of the state if, at the time of his or her birth, his or her parent.

So as things stand now, Tracey‘s son is a holder of one of the most powerful passports in the world, and in the future when he becomes his own man, he would not need to queue at embassies for visas when he wants to travel to some 186 countries.

See a photo of the baby and the passport below…

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