Example of a naturalized citizen who has been convicted of immigration fraud for not disclosing his foreign criminal record. The fraud only surfaced after he was recently charged with being a terrorist. It will be interesting to see if they start denaturalization proceedings against him...
Story about a 95 year old veteran who always assumed he was a USC since his parents were US born, but he had nothing on paper all these years.
Moral of the story: make sure you have it on paper that you are a citizen.
During a return flight last week from Mexico, I presented the CBP officer my US passport and custom card. What puzzled me is that the CBP officer asked if I'm a US citizen eventhough he swiped my US passport. In the back of my head I felt like answering "no, I just carry a US passport for fun"...
Good article on obtaining a duplicate US passport in instances where you have to send in your US passport to a foreign embassy while you still need to travel elsewhere:
For those of you have been stopped for secondary inspection at POE, CBP doesn't consider it as "being detained" when you are questioned at the airport:
Interestingly, CBP says it does not keep land crossing travel records..they only keep air and sea travel records:
Good article about what to do if you loose passport while on travel outside US:
Always a good idea to scan copies of your travel documents and upload them to your email account in a password protected file.
So if the Pittsburgh Steelers win the SuperBowl (or is it Superball?) will I be denaturalized for illegal gambling?
:D:D:D Ok, that was a silly thing to say..for all of you waiting for you interview or oath, good luck on this Superbowl day !!