Technicality Forces U.S. Resident to Forfeit Passport

, New York Law Journal


The State Department has revoked the passport of a man who has lived here since 1989 because the agency decided it had made a mistake by recognizing his citizenship in the first place—and now an appellate court has concluded it can't remedy the injustice.

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Originally appeared in print as Technicality Forces 25-Year U.S. Resident to Forfeit Passport

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    "Statutory" not "Statutoty". Looks like I need to do some proofreading, too!

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    Haha, statuary, not statutoty!! Proofread much?

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    ‘statuary‘ should be corrected to read "statutory‘

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