Naturalized Citizen loses his Naturalization

Sep 2017
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https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/just...first-denaturalization-result-operation-janus

Is this a sign of things to come against people that fail to provide correct information.
Baljinder Singh aka Davinder Singh, 43, a native of India, arrived at San Francisco International Airport on Sept. 25, 1991, without any travel documents or proof of identity. He claimed his name was Davinder Singh. He was placed in exclusion proceedings, but failed to appear for his immigration court hearing and was ordered excluded and deported on Jan. 7, 1992. Four weeks later, on Feb. 6, 1992, he filed an asylum application under the name Baljinder Singh. He claimed to be an Indian who entered the United States without inspection. Singh abandoned that application after he married a U.S. citizen, who filed a visa petition on his behalf. Singh naturalized under the name Baljinder Singh on July 28, 2006. Singh has been residing in Carteret, New Jersey.
 
Sep 2017
228
37
In a House
#3
I'm not defending Mr. Singh, but in the big picture Operation Janus is grandstanding, political posturing.
I don't know that its political posturing, but it is within the confines of our laws to do and our immigration documents clearly state not to lie on your documents or this could very well happen. It's not been a publicly noticed operation.
 

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