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i have read some article about two year probation after getting citizenship about how if u are charge with any crime(as felony charge or misdemeanor) within two years it could face deportation is that true?

Hello John:

The revocation of US citizenship follows specific rules of the State Department and USCIS

1. Convicted for an Act Of Treason against the United States
2. Holding A policy level position in a foreign Country
3. Serving in your native Country’s Armed Forces if that Country is engaged in hostilities or at war with the United States
4. Serving in your native Country’s Armed Forces as an Officer or  non-Commissioned Officer
5. Lying to The USCIS during The Naturalization Process
6. Refusal to testify before Congress about your subversive activities

You can only face removal proceedings if you are not a US citizen, however a permanent resident with a criminal conviction may face deportation from the United States.


Annick Koloko, Esq.
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Annick Tchokonte-Koloko


Ms. Koloko's practice includes removal defense, political asylum, federal litigation, consular processing, criminal law, and assistance in business and family based visas. Ms. Koloko is an experienced litigator who practices regularly in courts throughout the United States.


Ms. Koloko had litigated cases before the Immigration Courts as well as the Board of Immigration Appeals. Ms. Koloko also handled successfully numerous non-immigrant and immigrant applications before USCIS, as well as US Consular Posts.

AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) Admitted to practice in U.S. District Court, Western District of New York Admitted in New York

Ms. Koloko received a JD from the University of Paris, as well as Master of Laws (LLM) from Franklin Pierce Law Center.

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