Tough voting laws useless in identity theft case UPDATE

Tough voting laws useless in identity theft case UPDATE
Federal prosecutors say he took another man's identity to get food stamps and Medicaid, obtain a U.S. passport and driver's license, and register to vote. While Perez-Rivera did not have to prove his citizenship to vote because he registered in 1999 …
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How To Renounce Your US Citizenship And Become Stateless
They are also working to help me update my immigration records to reflect that status as well. … Most people would apply for Paraguayan residency (and therefore a cedula first) and then even get a Paraguayan passport before renouncing. It seems you …
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