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18 U.S. Code § 1546.Fraud and misuse of visas, permits, and other documents (b)Whoever uses— (1)an identification document, knowing (or having reason to know) that the document was not issued lawfully for the use of the possessor, (2)an identification document knowing (or having reason to know) that the document is false, or (3)a false attestation, for the ...


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You ask if your deceased brother's green card may be legally used by another person. The answer is: no.


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If ... the response indicates citizenship ... If the officer is satisfied that the person is not an alien, and there is no probable cause to justify an arrest, then the officer can detain the person only if there is reasonable suspicion that the person has committed a crime.


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You will need to satisfy the 5-year residency requirement in order to apply for British citizenship, regardless of how quickly you obtain Indefinite Leave to Remain. This implies that investors who receive ILR after 2 and 3 years, respectively, have to wait for 3 and 2 years before they can apply for citizenship. That is correct based on my understanding ...


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Your best route will probably be using your BN(O) status as the UK has opened up a pathway to citizenship for Hong Kongers holding a BN(O) passport. You will be entitled to come to the UK for five years and then apply for citizenship after your sixth year of being here. I don't see any other entitlements for citizenship or ILR at the moment based on the ...


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This may now cause people born in Hong Kong to be chargeable to the People's Republic of China, but nothing actually happens until the regulations change. No act of Congress says that Hong Kong is a separate state. In general, if a person is born in China, they are legally treated as though they were born in China, same with Japan and all sorts of countries. ...


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