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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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There is actually a question on the N-400 (Naturalization application) that asks if you ever voted while not eligible.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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from the link:

She is now devoting full time to take care of 10-year-old baby, Sheina

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* ~ * Charles * ~ *
 

I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

 

USE THE REPORT BUTTON INSTEAD OF MESSAGING A MODERATOR!

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Laws are laws. However to me the punishment outweighs the crime. Especially when it will affects others severely like her child.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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You are warned against this at different points while and after you become a resident...

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Caro


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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She might not really know...but ignorance of the law is not excusable...dont know what to say anymore...i feel bad for her though...

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There is actually a question on the N-400 (Naturalization application) that asks if you ever voted while not eligible.

this caught my eye too, more than anything else in the article. :lol:


ROC mailed to USCIS -- June 10, 2011

ROC approved -- November 1, 2011

finally free of USCIS paperwork!

japan, japan! sagot sa kahirapan!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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I still contend that when she voted, it was not in a federal election but instead a state election and a political party primary. At worst, she innocently violated the California state election law.

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my bad... i was supposed to quote charles! not raymaga. anyway, good thing i saw this. if i had been in her place, i could be facing the same problem. i'm gullible and clueless about laws that much.


ROC mailed to USCIS -- June 10, 2011

ROC approved -- November 1, 2011

finally free of USCIS paperwork!

japan, japan! sagot sa kahirapan!

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I'm not trying to sum up everything, however... I think it is just like a deciding if you like a cake or not.

The clerk has fault, so as with pinay. The clerk shouldn't ask someone to register for voting if that someone even presented a passport of her country of origin, and he should also ask first if she is a USC already. Then, I believe she won't jeopardize her life doing the act. And also, if the pinay knew that USC are the ones who can only vote, her life is as swift as it is. It doesn't harm to ask, clearing information to attest our own knowledge, before signing, agreeing and confirming.

Indeed,

ignorance of the law is not excusable

I feel bad about her though.

Edited by my_panacea = Greg

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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I feel bad about her though.

i agree :thumbs:

Edited by charles!

* ~ * Charles * ~ *
 

I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

 

USE THE REPORT BUTTON INSTEAD OF MESSAGING A MODERATOR!

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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she really knew that a non USC could not bote. in fact she presented her phil passport and told that she's a filipino citizen. though the clerk insisted her she could have resisted because she is aware of the law.

destiny belongs to those who believe in their dreams and have the courage to really pursue it!

dont stop when you're tired, stop when you are done!

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