In our last post, we discussed a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. The issue is whether any misstatement during an immigration petition, even a small one, is enough to render someone's immigration status invalid. Even naturalized citizens are vulnerable.
Once you've become naturalized U.S. citizen, you have all the rights and responsibilities as any other citizen, right? While that equality between citizens is the bedrock of our naturalization system, there is at least one important exception.