Despite his celebrity status, Robin Thicke, the 35-year-old son of Canadian superstar Alan Thicke has his application for Canadian citizenship for his two-year-old son, Julian denied.
Robin, who was born in the United States, was not given Canadian citizenship because Alan never applied to make him a dual citizen. This means that his grandson Julian does not qualify for citizenship.
Alan, the 65-year-old star of the hit television show Growing Pains commented that he regrets not making Robin or his two other children Canadian citizens as none of them were born on Canadian soil.
According to Alan, he is fiercely Canadian and not obtaining citizenship for his children was not something that he gave a lot of thought to.
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