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  • maelstorm
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    Basically the American gestapo.

  • achekulaev
    +2

    Every immigrant, myself included, is warned during applying for permanent residency, that his/her lies or misinformation in the application forms may result in revocation of the green card, and if citizenship was already received, then it can be revoked as well.

    I mean it is literally written in there, and you agree with these terms when applying.

    As far as I understand situation, up to this point this was never really enforced, unless it would accidentally come up later. Now they formed a force to enforce this rule.

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