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Immigration – Naturalization Application – Felony Perjury Conviction (access required)

An Iranian citizen’s request for review of his application for naturalization is denied by an Alexandria U.S. District Court because his 1997 California felony perjury for making false statements under penalty of perjury in an application for a Smog Check Mechanic License was an “aggravated felony” under federal immigration law. Under 8 U.S.C. § 1421(c), there ...

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