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Criminal Immigration Fraud

Criminal Immigration Fraud Immigration fraud is a term that is used to describe a fraudulent immigration act. Performing fraudulent immigration acts may result in federal criminal charges and penalties. The federal government takes all allegations of fraud connecting to immigration very seriously. Individuals that are accused of committing fraudulent acts can face criminal prosecution,… Read More »

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Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship

Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship

Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship An alien may be considered inadmissible or invalid because of a false claim to U.S. citizenship. A false claim includes; A false representation of being a U.S. citizen, and A false claim in order to get benefits that the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) or any other federal… Read More »

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Filing For U.S. Citizenship with Criminal Record

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Filing For U.S. Citizenship with Criminal Record

Can I File For U.S. Citizenship if I Have a Criminal Record? Even if you have a criminal record, it is possible that you can still apply for your U.S. citizenship. When and if you should file your application depends on what type of crime you have committed, and how long ago you committed… Read More »

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