denaturalize

(redirected from denaturalization)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to denaturalization: naturalized, naturalised
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
An administrative separation may result in immigration consequence depending on the characterization of service upon discharge, the underlying conduct, or a statutory requirement that bars certain immigration benefits for certain types of military discharges: An OTH discharge is a basis for denaturalization of military naturalized servicemembers; (123) a noncitizen servicemember's underlying conduct may evidence a conduct-based removal ground or a lack of good moral character; (124) and a conscientious objector discharge bars wartime military naturalization.
Presently, however, denaturalization can only occur through criminal prosecution or civil suits in the already overburdened federal district courts.
According to Rosenbaum "extradition is a much faster process than denaturalization and deportation.
modes of exclusion, detention, segregation, deportation, and denaturalization of the Asian female from the U.
Nyasha understands but has no internalized emotional tools to help her resist or recover from colonialist denaturalization.
denaturalization based on "concealment during his application for US
Our list of parties with presumably fewer financial resources, taken from the codes in the ALLCOURT database, includes: ALIEN (alien, person subject to a denaturalization proceeding, or one whose citizenship is revoked), DISABLED (disabled person or disability benefit claimant), HANDICAP (handicapped individual, or organization of devoted to), ICMP (involuntary committed mental patient), INDIAN, POOR (indigent, needy, welfare recipient), RETARDED (retarded person, or mental incompetent), and UNEMPLOY (unemployed person or unemployment compensation applicant or claimant).
The Article leaves out other immigration issues, such as denaturalization or granting rights to immigrants.
During his denaturalization hearing, Justice Department attorneys showed that a POW camp did not exist in Chelm contrary to Demjanjuk claims to have been there.
26) For instance, Novick was accused of making false statements under oath in obtaining American citizenship in 1927, a charge that carried the threat, never materialized, of denaturalization.
Jagose (1996) suggests that consistent deconstruction and denaturalization of the category "queer" exposes all defining characteristics, thus resisting the temptation to take a specific form in which the normal can be challenged.