USCIS Denaturalization Task Force: Can Your Citizenship Be Stripped? (Immigration Tips And Tidbits)

USCIS Denaturalization Task Force: Can Your Citizenship Be Stripped? (Immigration Tips And Tidbits)

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    Joaquin Ventura

    Plain and simple …be honest ,don't lie ,they will find out eventually…be honest and hope for the best…my parents came from Cuba in 1972 ofcourse legally….I wish all of you the best …but again DON'T LIE

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    Dan The Man

    In Canada there exists a immigration law that states, if a k-1 spouse leaves her native spouse within 2yrs of receiving a green card will cause automatic deportation. We need that deterrent in the USA but should be longer 5 or 10yrs to stop foreign spouses from hiding under the guise of a spouse only to run away after receiving an immigration benefit. Your opinion?

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    NTINU NSAKU NE KONGO

    BataraImmigrationLaw is having speed ticket considere a crime or should it be stated on the application? Tanks

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    jo mana

    I admitted my past crimes, from DWI to shopifting and I even went back to court to find the records but they told me they did not keep records past 10 years unless it was a serious felony crime. I reprorted it all the USCIS officer and thank God they did not penalize me but accept me to US citizenship and May one I take the Oath ceremony. God bless America and honesty is the best policy. PS hire an attorney too

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    Red Lantern Corps

    Merit based immigration is practiced in Canada and other countries, so it's not something new. I think this is practical move. I for one support this – of course for personal reasons. I believe it favors me being a professional.

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    Peggy Joseph

    Great video…..with the annoucement of mass deportation…does this affect naturalized citizen as well?

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    Chimezie Orji-Unegbu

    Your videos are very helpful, thanks

    A quick question please. Are proofs of living together (joint bank account, utility bills, lease agreement, pictures etc) for a married couple required at the time the citizen spouse is filing immigration benefits for the other or it's only necessary at the time of interview?

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