A Punjabi man by the name of Baljinder Singh from Carteret, New Jersey has lost his American citizenship under the Trump Administration. The man married an American women in 2006 and had flown into San Francisco in 1991 without any proof of documentation. He was detained and was ordered for deportation in 1992. He filed for asylum about a month after and abandoned it after he got married.
“I hope this case, and those to follow, send a loud message that attempting to fraudulently obtain US citizenship will not be tolerated”US CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES DIRECTOR FRANCIS CISSNA
A week ago, a federal Judge in the State of New Jersey revoked his naturalization making him a lawful permanent resident which would enable removal proceedings.
“I hope this case, and those to follow, send a loud message that attempting to fraudulently obtain US citizenship will not be tolerated,” said US Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Francis Cissna, a Trump administration appointee.
The Justice Department has activated Operation Janus which is a denaturlisation program of the Department of Homeland Security against fraudulent immigration.
Sources reveal that 315,000 cases have missing fingerprints raising concerns of immigrants trying to get away who’ve had a criminal record.
An estimated 1,600 cases will come up for prosecution.
Two cases against Pakistani born naturalized citizens living in Connecticut and Florida will also come up according to the government who’ve filed cases in federal courts.
The Trump Administration is cracking down on immigration fraud and illegal immigration in a massive scale.