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Thread: Article: I Declare! I Want A New Date Of Birth On My Certificate Of Naturalization! By Joseph P. Whalen

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    Article: I Declare! I Want A New Date Of Birth On My Certificate Of Naturalization! B




    I Declare! I Want A New Date Of Birth On My Certificate Of Naturalization!

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    Joseph P. Whalen

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    Retired INS
    Guest
    During my 39 years working for the INS and USCIS I saw many requests to change dates of birth. A few were clerical errors and were granted. Some were outright fraud, such as women wanting to change their age from 55 to 65. I wonder why? I never saw requests from women wanting to be younger!! There were many requests from Asian refugee children whose parents had purposely reported them being two or three years younger so the children could be on public assistance longer. Once these children turned 18 on paper, they wanted their real age of 21 to be reported so they could drink. We always believed these refugee children, but we never changed their official age. We could have done so without documents, but that would set a bad precedent for those whom we did not believe.

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