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Hello my name is ***** ***** I am delighted to answer your questions today. I have 35 years experience as an immigration lawyer.
I am very sorry you have been and continue to be treated so harshly by your father.
You cannot have their US visa or citizenship stripped.
There was no fraud. As a minor child your father had the legal authority over you to claim your US citizenship on your behalf and you never renounced it as an adult before he and his family obtained immigration benefits.
The USCIS limits revocation to very few grounds, such as terrorism, taking an official position in the government of another country; providing financial support to a country whose mission is to destroy the US/
What you may be able to do is to still hold some interest in his estate when he dies.
I would suggest you allow e to change this question to the category of Estate Law.
Please don't respond or it will delay the move. There is no better revenge that finding a way to get some of his money when you cannot get his put out of the county!
A different Professional here.
I am so sorry for being the bearer of bad news here. However, I do not see any recourse for you.
Your parent cannot be forced to give you part of his/her estate. Your parent cannot be forced to give you shares of her company or put you in her Will. Your parent can legally and intentionally omit you from her Will. Your parent has no legal duty to leave you anything on her Will. That is the current state of the law.
Your parent's along with her other children's citizenship through you cannot be revoked because it was legitimately obtained.
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