Defenses to Denaturalization - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
With the creation of a new Denaturalization Section at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), an increase in DOJ’s prosecution of denaturalization cases is expected. It is, therefore, very important for immigration practitioners to understand the denaturalization process and become versed in potential defenses and strategies. Simply relying on the fact that the government must meet a high burden of proof when attempting to revoke an individual’s naturalization by civil proceedings, or as a result of a criminal conviction for naturalization fraud, is not enough. Our expert panelists will provide historical and legal background, practical tips, litigation strategies, and potential defenses to both civil denaturalization and denaturalization in the criminal conviction context.
- How and Where Are Denaturalization Proceedings Initiated?
- Legal Grounds, Procedural Prerequisites, and Process for Denaturalizing a U.S. Citizen Who Has the Burden of Proof? How High Is That Burden?
- What Potential Defenses Are There to Denaturalization? What Can You Achieve Via Discovery?
- Updates Regarding Operation Janus, Operation Second Look, and the Denaturalization Section of DOJ
- The Effects of COVID-19 on Denaturalization Cases
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