I got my US citizenship through Refugee status when i entered in to US back in 1985 and I am back and living in the origin country on 1993 for the past 18 years, my daughter & my son are US citizen also, my American passport is expired and I want to renew it, will it be possible that my citizenship be revoked by US? Because I went back to the origin country?
If they suspect fraud was the basis for the original refugee status or the green card then yes, they can always instigate an action to revoke the citizenship. Usually, at this point you are fine, it is green card holders who travel to point of origin with asylum granted or refugee status who have trouble retaining their green cards.
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Your citizenship can be revoked but only through a process called denaturalization. See 8 U.S.C. 1451 and INA 340(a).
Only if your natulalization was procured by means of fraud or other factors like joining the foreign military or treason.
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