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‘Father’ Convicted of Passport False Statements (access required)

An Afghan native who became a naturalized U.S. citizen and works as a translator cannot overturn his convictions for making false statements on passport applications based on identifying himself on the applications as the “father” of his three stepsons; although the application form does not define “father” and common usage of “father” may include “stepfather,” ...

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