Removal Proceedings

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Hello, so last year I applied for naturalization and during my interview i was told that I had registered to vote in 2016. I honestly can’t remember registering to vote, it must of been at my college campus and i must’ve not read what I was signing. I ended up withdrawing my registration like the interviewer suggested and gave proof that I never voted in any election. I ended up getting denied on my citizenship due to poor moral character. This week a letter was sent to my house, it was a notice of removal proceedings. I am going to hire an immigration lawyer. My question to you guys is, how likely am I going to get deported back to Somalia which is a war torn country? I’ve been here since 2004 at the age of 7, and don’t speak the Somali language. My whole family are citizens except me. I don’t have family in Somalia. I have a degree and I’ve never even had a speeding ticket let alone any criminal convictions. I know false claim to citizenship is a big no no, but I didn’t vote at all and didn’t benefit at all from claiming to be a citizen.
 
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