From the Daily News:
Q. I once worked using a phony social security card. Will that keep me from getting U.S. citizenship? When I first came to the United States, I had trouble finding work. Everywhere I went, employers asked me for a social security card. Finally, I paid someone to get me a card using someone else’s documents. Later, when I got my own employment authorization from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, I got a new card at the Social Security office. The clerk there said she corrected the information in my social security records.
A. Your having worked using a phony social security card shouldn’t keep you from naturalizing. Using a false card is not, by itself, grounds for denying you U.S. citizenship. Note however, that making a false claim to U.S. citizenship is grounds for denying permanent residence and for deportation. If when using your phony social security card to work you claimed that you were a U.S. citizen, and USCIS finds out, you could have problems. Courts have restricted immigration’s right to penalize a person for claiming U.S. citizenship in employment. If you have concerns however, see an immigration law expert before applying for naturalization. I doubt USCIS will deny you citizenship, but you should be ready should that happen. That said, getting a new card was the right thing to do. If your employers were deducting taxes and reporting your income using the phony card, the Social Security Administration should credit your social security retirement payments to your new account. So, by “reconciling” the two accounts, if you retire in the United States you can get credit for all the time you worked.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Committed fraud? Welcome to America!
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:18 AM
Labels: identity theft, social security, uscis
Too bad they didn't post the return address. the paper should have forwarded the letter to INS
It should get your ass deported or put in prison for about 30 years but this is America so grab what you can and bitch about my country!
Will some smart person explain to us citizens how any use of a social security card doesn't constitute a fraudulent claim to be a citizen of the United States by someone other than the person identified on the card and registered with the Social Security Administration with that number?
Probably how the Democrats remain in power in New York City and State.
"Will some smart person explain to us citizens how any use of a social security card doesn't constitute a fraudulent claim to be a citizen of the United States by someone other than the person identified on the card and registered with the Social Security Administration with that number?"
Simple, you don't have to be a citizen to have a SS number.
The F.D.R admin.gave us Social Security.
it is no longer voluntary,now 7.65% on first $110,000. and no longer tax deductible.
The L.B.J admin. (dem. controlled Senate & House) moved the $$$$ to the General Fund and SPENT. The TRUST FUND was replaced with treasury bonds ,which have no value unless replaced with NEW tax money.
The Clinton/Gore admin. voted 85% of S.S can be
Many paid F.I.C.A. for years and received a monthly check and then find we are taxed 85% of $$$$ we PAID to the federal government to "PUT AWAY".
The Democrat party : eliminated deduction for F.I.C.A. withholding and started tax ing S.S. annuities. V.P. Al Gore cast the tie-breaking vote as President of the Senate.
Jimmy Carter gave us annuity payments to NEW immigrants at 65 years of age, who never paid a dime into S.S.
In 2012, the Democrats tell us that Republican's want to take away your Social Security ?????
Post a Comment