I am an assylee about to apply for N400 application. I am false claim to be a US citizen while my asylum case was undergoing. I was fearful of going home and wanted to practice my profession from home. It was discovered by a state licensing board and a settlement was made between me and the board. The incident happened 9 years ago and I received my green card without problems. Will this tank my N400 application?
You should consult with an attorney as this is usually a problem.
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Yes, unless you can show that you did it unintentionally and moved the correct withint reaonable time of figuring it out. This does not seem an option, however on your facts as presented.
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It would depend on what exactly was your understanding and intention. Of course, if you intended on gaining an immigration benefit and knew you were pretending to be a U.S. Citizen, then it would likely be ruled you do not have good moral character.
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