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4 minutes ago, Jinka said:

I received a note of intent to deny because I ones claim to be a citizen on i9 form for a job that I don't even end up doing 

You can NEVER claim to be a USC (unless you are one), it's misrepresentation. Doesn't matter if you got the job or not


Btw, what's your question? Or was there no question?

Edited by C90

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in general you can NEVER have any immigration benefit in the US if you claimed to be a USC  (if you aren't one) on an I-9 and they have a copy. In terms of immigration this is literally the worst thing that can happen to you.

But I'm not a lawyer, maybe they can argue it was an honest mistake. Sorry this is happening to you.

Edited by EM_Vandaveer

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exactly,  you can never claim to be a USC, and unfortunately, you will never be able to get  a GC.  there is no waiver for that, it is in the system


if it's in the system, that is a ban for life unless immigration changes the law



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1 hour ago, Jinka said:

Meeting a lawyer next week just wanna know if I have a case 

Not only you have no case, you’re also deportable and can be put in removal proceedings. Once deported, you have a life time ban and inadmissible for life. I am sorry but I think you’re completely toast.


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 I personally know one person that voted in the presidential elections and it was brought up in his citizenship interview yet he still ended up getting USC ( his brother is deported and banned )  False claim  is normally a lifetime issues as it was for the second brother.  

This will not be over quickly. You will not enjoy this.

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