What are Reasons for naturalized U.S. Citizen to be Deported

Asked over 1 year ago - Warren, MI

naturalized us citizen from Asia became us citizen by family sponsoring

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  1. Michael Hugh Carlin

    Contributor Level 19


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    Answered . Typically, if the US government has evidence that a person naturalized on the basis of fraud, either directly through a fraudulent naturalization application, or indirectly through a fraudulent application for lawful permanent resident status, then US officials might have reason to revoke naturalization.

    Depending on your particular situation, it appears that the person involved should contact an experienced immigration attorney immediately.

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  2. Mani Khavajian


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    Answered . I agree. A U.S. citizen cannot be deported, however, if naturalization was obtained through fraud (lied on an immigration application), then it can be revoked. Once naturalization is revoked, then the individual can be deported.

    This is general information and not legal advise. This communication does not create a lawyer-client relationship.
  3. Dean P Murray

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    Answered . Usually, a person can be denaturalized if the naturalization was only obtained as a result of fraud. This makes sesnse because the application should not have succeeded based on the actual facts of the case. If denaturalization and Removal is an issue, don't waste time posting questions on Avvo. You need an immigration lawyer. The sooner, the better. Good luck to you.
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  4. Alexander Joseph Segal

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    Answered . Fraud in original immigration process. It is called denaturalizaiton.

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