It's about time they do this. The federal government may seek to revoke U.S. citizenship under two general grounds for denaturalization:1) Illegal procurement of naturalization 2) Procurement of naturalization by concealing a material fact or by willful misrepresentation Between 1990 and 2017, the DOJ filed a total of 305 denaturalization cases, an average of eleven per year. Since January 2017, USCIS has identified approximately 2,500 cases to be examined for possible denaturalization and referred at least 110 denaturalization cases to the DOJ for prosecution by the end of August 2018. The DOJ filed at least 30 denaturalization cases in Federal District Court in 2017, twice the number of cases filed by the DOJ in 2016.
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