from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or process of denaturalizing, of changing or destroying the quality (nature) of a thing.
- n. The act or process of destroying the rights of a citizen
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Deprivation of the status and rights of a citizen or subject; loss of citizenship.
- n. Same as denaturization.
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Suggestions were made that camps be established for U.S. citizens from the Arab-and Muslim-American communities, while the denaturalization of naturalized citizens from these groups was also considered.
The case of Erol GuÌˆney;: An account of the arrest and denaturalization of a Turkish journalist (Southwest Asia series) by Richard D Robinson
Another denaturalization proceeding followed, this time with the Immigration and Naturalization Service attempting to deport Chernin by arguing that when she applied for United States citizenship in 1928, she intended to join the Communist Party, thus violating the Smith Act of 1940.
Throughout his denaturalization and deportation proceeding, which began back in 1977 when he was accused of being an even more lethal death camp guard, Ivan the Terrible, Demjanjuk asserted self-serving denials and remained completely unrepentant.
Alternately, the US demanded formalization of his denaturalization before releasing someone who otherwise had to be tried for Treason.
Indeed, some of the fees result in excess revenue that is diverted by Congress to pay for asylum adjudications, denaturalization proceedings, and removal proceedings.
There is a breath of poetry over the picture, but no denaturalization of the uncultured types.
Former U.S. prosecutor Norman Moscowitz testified Wednesday that, during Demjanjuk's 1981 denaturalization trial, inconsistencies in his testimony "contributed to my sense he was not telling the truth."
Demjanjuk's 1981 denaturalization trial, inconsistencies in his testimony "contributed to my sense he was not telling the truth."
There may be something to be said for his first suggestions, at least so long as it remains constitutional to engage in involuntary denaturalization at all.