Fraud and Revocation: Post-Maslenjak Naturalization and Implications for Other Applications AC18 (.MP3)
Panelists will discuss the new U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding misrepresentations in naturalization applications, and address how the fraud definition is evolving in other immigration contexts.
- Definition of “Fraud” and What Constitutes a “Material Misrepresentation”
- Application of Maslenjak to Both Naturalization Cases and Other Applications for Relief
- How to Investigate and Discover Possible Fraud Issues in Prior Applications, and What to Do Going Forward
- Philip Eichorn (DL), Cleveland, OH
- Gregory Romanovsky, AILA New England Chapter Chair, Boston, MA
- Jacqueline Watson, Austin, TX
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