Deportation Extradition Immigration Presentation + Test + Flashcards ~ 58 Slides
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Some Americans do not seem to understand the basics of Immigration Law. They need to be asking these kinds of questions:
~ this person i want to leave America, do I know this person’s status regarding citizenship?
~ chances are the answer may be a resounding, “NO.”
~ first, before one gets all hyped about deportation, one needs to know whether someone is an illegal immigrant, a resident in the USA on some kind of provisional permit (Green Card being very common), a naturalized citizen OR a citizen who was born in the usa.
~ if the person is a citizen born in the usa, deportation will NEVER apply.
~ if the person is a naturalized citizen not born in the usa, deportation MIGHT apply but only after the person receives full due process from the American legal system. The reason also must be extremely serious, such as the commission of war crimes or fraud in obtaining citizenship, in order for such a case to succeed. Such cases can take up to 10 years to move through the legal system.
~ if the person is here on a provisional permit, such as a Green Card, that case might be given some review but the permit may be denied or revoked and the person could be deported.
~ if the person is here illegally, with no right to be here in any way, then deportation applies and is a rather rapid procedure.
~ this last person is the person Americans hope to eject in great numbers but such people must actually BE illegal immigrants in order to be subject to such summary action as deportation. Make no assumptions!
Anna Chapman's Deportation:
~ arrested in 2010 for working for a spy ring in the USA under the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency, the SVR.
~ Chapman pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government.
~ deported to Russia in 2010, as part of a prisoner swap. USA thus got its prisoners back from Russia too.
~ Anna, nee Kushchyenko, married Alex Chapman in Britain in 2001. She gained British citizenship while retaining her native Russian one.
~ In 2009, Anna Chapman moved to Manhattan. She was CEO of PropertyFinder LLC, a website selling real estate internationally.
~ Alex chapman said that suddenly, in 2009, Anna had as many as 50 employees and a successful business. He did not understand how it could have happened so fast.
~ the FBI caught Chapman in a sting operation in Manhattan.