What is the fastest was to loose U.S citizenship while being in the U.S?
Any ideas? Lol
I’m dual citizen haven pending felony charges
- SallyLv 51 month ago
Simply renounce your citizenship. It will cost you 2,350 Federal Reserve Notes
- ibu guruLv 71 month ago
Naturalized citizenship is difficult to revoke. Most commonly, fraud is discovered at some step of the visa/immigration process which negates the immigration benefit. I.e. that person, due to their fraud, was never genuinely entitled to any visa, legal permanent residency, or naturalization. Most such visa/immigration frauds are uncovered while the person is a visa holder or legal permanent resident (green card holder), and that visa or green card is very easy to revoke with deportation/mandatory departure with permanent bar to reentry to US.
- RICKLv 71 month ago
Unless you are a naturalized US citizen who lied to get naturalized you can not lose your US citizenship unless you denounce it
- Brother HesekielLv 71 month ago
You cannot lose US citizenship, only lose it. Loose means not firmly attached, where as lose is not there anymore. If the lug nuts on your wheel are loose, you may lose that wheel.
The only way for a US citizen to lose their US citizen within the US is being caught of having lied during the immigration or naturalization process, and consequently being stripped of such citizenship and being deported. That happens once in a while, although it's not really losing citizenship as the whole process is being invalidated, like it never happened.
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- FoofaLv 71 month ago
The only way to "loose" (sic) US citizenship is to formally renounce it. So that's your best bet.
- EdwenaLv 71 month ago
You can't. You are stuck unless you go to another country and get citizenship there. No person is stateless.
- okiknowitLv 71 month ago
You cannot. In order to renounce US citizenship, you must first travel to another country which will admit you and let you stay. Then you must appear before the US Consul in that country and sign a formal renunciation. He will then take your US passport so you'd better have another country's passport or you can't get a visa to visit the US.
- W.T. DoorLv 71 month ago
Go to the nearest USCIS office and confess you obtained US citizenship through fraud. It won't work unless you really did that.