I did not tell immigration about my criminal record. Today , I received a letter
Based on the information in the record , and your testimony during your naturalization interview , USCIS finds that you given false testimony under oath with the intent to obtain immigration benefits. Tb be eligible for naturalization you must demonstrate that during the statuary period , july 30 2008 to july30 2013 . you have been person of good moral character. you have not established that you are a person of good moral character , because durning the statutory period you gave false testimony to obtain an immigration benefits. therefore , you are ineligible for naturalization at this time . SEE INA 101(f) (6) and 316(a)(3) and Title 8 code Code of federal Regulation (8 CFR) , section 316.10 (a) and (b)(2)(vi)
N400 Naturalization process is a valuable privilege, not an inherent germane right one may possess and just exercise as they see fit. If you are truly concerned about the process given your prior criminal history you must retain a very good immigration attorney. If you cannot afford one, that is a different matter, yet, one cannot be assigned to you because you desire to join this great nation.
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