Claiming an Unborn Child on Taxes?

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An unborn child cannot be claimed as a dependent on income taxes in the United States. All dependents must have a social security number which is not issued until after the child is born.
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you cant do that. you need to put that child's social security number on your tax form and you can get one until the child is born.
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