NJ Man Loses Citizenship for Using False Name

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www.nbcwashington.com—The Justice Department says a New Jersey resident has been stripped of his citizenship after authorities learned he used a false name when he entered the United States more than 25 years ago. Carteret resident Baljinder Singh's citizenship was revoked Friday after he was accused of using an alias to avoid deportation. Prosecutors say Singh, who was born in India, arrived in the U.S. in 1991 with no proof of identity, giving the name Davinder Singh. Trump to Let States Seek Work Requirements for...

NJ resident is first to lose citizenship under new initiative. A Carteret man is no longer a naturalized citizen and can be deported A naturalized citizen living in Carteret was stripped of his citizenship after authorities learned he used a false name around the time he entered the country a quarter-century ago, the Department of Justice said Tuesday. A judge revoked Baljinder Singh's citizenship Friday after he was accused in September of using the alias to avoid deportation for decades. Singh arrived in the United States...