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DOJ files denaturalization complaints against 3 U.S. citizens

  1. Original Date Announced

    September 19, 2017

    DOJ filed civil denaturalization complaints in federal court against three individuals who allegedly obtained their naturalized U.S. citizenship by fraud. Each of the three individuals had been U.S. citizens for over 10 years. Two Pakistan-born and one India-born individuals’ alleged frauds involved concealing their prior orders of exclusion and deportation under different identities than the identity under which they naturalized. [ID #611]

    DOJ News Release: United States Files Denaturalization Complaints in Florida, Connecticut and New Jersey Against Three Individuals Who Fraudulently Naturalized After Having Been Ordered Deported Under Different Identities
  2. Effective Date

    September 19, 2017

Current Status

Fully in Effect

Original Trump Policy Status

Status: Final/Actual
Trump Administration Action: Change in Practice
Subject Matter: Citizenship
Agencies Affected: USCIS DOJ

Pre Trump-Era Policies

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