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What is Denaturalization?
What’s the Difference Between Revocation and Cancellation of Certificate of Naturalization?
What is 18 U.S.C 1425?
- 25 years in prison or a fine if they committed naturalization fraud for the sake of terrorism.
- 20 years in prison or a fine if they committed naturalization fraud for the sake of drug trafficking.
- 10 years in prison or a fine if naturalization fraud was their first or second offense.
- 15 years in prison or a fine if naturalization fraud happened for any other reason.
- The person obtained (or tried to obtain) a U.S. immigration benefit.
- The USCIS caught the person making false statements.
- A person committed false representation of a material fact out of their own free will.
- The person issued a fraudulent statement to a member of the U.S. government.
What are the Grounds for Denaturalization?
- Including false statements on a naturalization application.
- Being members of a terrorist group.
- Refusing to comply with court orders.
- Being dishonorably discharged from the military.
False Statements on Naturalization Application
Being Members of Terrorist Group
Why is Being a Part of a Terrorist Group a Violation of This Oath?
Refusing to Comply With Court Orders
Being Dishonorably Discharged From the Military
Defenses Against Denaturalization
You didn’t lie on your application. The allegations about you making false statements are completely incorrect.
The claim that you are or may have been a part of a terrorist group is false. Maybe the USCIS accused you of this because you have the same or similar name as someone who is in a terrorist group. Or maybe one of your family members is a part of a terrorist group.
If the military dishonorably discharged you for some illegal act that you didn’t commit, then we can uncover all the facts and prove your innocence.
There is simply not enough evidence to warrant denaturalization. Therefore, you deserve to keep your American citizenship.
The USCIS’s proof that supports denaturalization is completely false or based on a mistaken identity.
How Many Denaturalization Cases Have There Been in the U.S.?
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