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    I WORKED FOR A COMPANY FOR ABOUT 3 DAYS, WHEN I FILLED OUT MY W2 FORMS I ACCIDENTLY CHECKED A BOX WHICH SATED I WAS A CITIZEN BUT I AM ACTUALY A PERMANENT RSIDENT, I AM ONLY 20 AND DID NOT BOTHER TO RECONCILE THE MISTAKE BECAUSE OF THE SHOORT AMOUNT OF TIME I WORKED FOR THE COMPANY, I JUST FILLED OUT AN APLLICATION FOR CITIZENSHIP, WILL THIS AFFECT ME AND IF SO HOW CAN I RECTIFY THIS PROBLEM BEFORE MY INTERVIEW PLEASE HELP

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    I WORKED FOR A COMPANY FOR ABOUT 3 DAYS, WHEN I FILLED OUT MY W2 FORMS I ACCIDENTLY CHECKED A BOX WHICH SATED I WAS A CITIZEN BUT I AM ACTUALY A PERMANENT RSIDENT, I AM ONLY 20 AND DID NOT BOTHER TO RECONCILE THE MISTAKE BECAUSE OF THE SHOORT AMOUNT OF TIME I WORKED FOR THE COMPANY, I JUST FILLED OUT AN APLLICATION FOR CITIZENSHIP, WILL THIS AFFECT ME AND IF SO HOW CAN I RECTIFY THIS PROBLEM BEFORE MY INTERVIEW PLEASE HELP

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    • #3
      Deport tax cheaters. Please get out of our country.

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      • #4
        You might try going back to the employer and having it changed - or go to the IRS and request the information be changed. I believe you have some years (maybe 5 or 7) within which time they will review and change you tax return. You could wait for your naturalization interview and try to explain but I would try the first two ideas as a start. Does anything saying you are a US citizen show up on your tax return?

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        • #5
          you can amend your taxes, can even do so online. But the issue is that no benefit was gained by the false claim. If there was a benefit gained, then yes, it would be a very hard situation. But since the claim appears not to be made for any "benefit or purpose under the act or any other federal or state law", it's not grounds for removal. I repeat, this is NOT the same as a violation of 18 USC 911.

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          • #6
            agree with houston . this is nothing to worry about

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            • #7
              Go back, amend the forms, return money owed. Then you must answer truthfully that you once said you were an american citizen and explain the mistake. Get an accountant to do an affidavit for you. Will fix the problem.

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