I applied to work in the poles on election day (nov.6,2018), one of the requirements was to be a U.S citizen or a permanent resident, I circled permanent resident. I have read online that its considered fraud, but I was under the age of 18, I'm refuge but my case is still pending. you would get a payment of 140 dollars if you work for the poles. My question is will i get deported because i lied? or effect my chance of becoming a permanent resident and after that becoming a U.C citizen.
Hmmmm.....seems to me that at this point, nobody knows you lied. Keep your mouth shut and start making better decisions if you really want to stay here!
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In the naturalization application process an applicant must reveal whether he/she ever has falsely asserted U.S. citizenship, but is not asked about having falsely asserted Permanent Resident status.
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What you did is not good at all. But also not posting it online. If you are requesting refugee you might have an attorney so talk to your attorney if applicable.
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