QUESTION: My question now is that does this denial overturn my lawful permanent residence which just had conditions removed from it?
ANSWER: Not automatically, no. You will receive a notice if this is the case. No actions will be taken against you without your knowledge. This finding may, however, have a bearing on your eligibility to keep LPR status, so do not be surprised if, at some time down the road, you receive a Notice to Appear before an immigration court
. But until that time, and until such time that a final decision is made on your case (if any case is brought), you remain a LPR.
QUESTION: I do not want to appeal the denial as I know it's correct but does this mean I can never be a citizen or can i reapply later?
ANSWER: Not necessarily. If the above does not occur, then you wait 5 years from the date considered by the USCIS as the date of the act which shows lack of good moral character.
If, however, you are brought before an immigration court and your LPR status is overturned, you will have to overcome this issue, refile for Permanent Resident status anew, and then apply for citizenship
when you are eligible.
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