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US authorities announced the creation of a department for deprivation of citizenship

The US Department of Justice has announced the creation of a department for deprivation of citizenship. The department will prosecute persons who obtained citizenship illegally, writes "Voice of America".

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The Department of Justice announced the formation of a special department on denaturation (deprivation of citizenship).

As noted in the department, this decision emphasizes the desire of the department to hold terrorists, persons who committed war crimes and crimes of a sexual nature, as well as those who illegally obtained citizenship accountable.

Although the Immigration Litigation Office has already achieved significant success in cases involving deprivation of nationality by winning 95 percent of such disputes, it was decided to create an additional department in connection with the expected increase in the number of relevant requests from law enforcement agencies.

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“When a terrorist or a person who has committed a sexual offense tricked into becoming a US citizen, it offends our system, especially those who have been the victims of these criminals,” said Deputy Attorney General Jody Hunt. “The Department of Deprivation of Citizenship will facilitate the efforts of the Department of Justice to prosecute and prosecute people who obtained citizenship illegally.”

In order to initiate a case of deprivation of citizenship, it is necessary to prove that the defendant obtained citizenship illegally or by hiding important information. Civil deprivation cases do not have a statute of limitations.

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