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If I Become a United States Citizen After a Grant of Asylum, Can I Lose My U.S. Citizenship Due to Improved Country Conditions?

Q: If I Become a United States Citizen after a Grant of Asylum, Can I Lose My U.S. Citizenship Due to Improved Country Conditions?

I was granted Asylum based upon a violent civil war in my country in which people of my religious beliefs were targeted by one group. I then went on to become a United States citizen. Can my citizenship be revoked if USCIS determines that the civil war is over, and people like me are no longer in danger if they return home? I have never committed fraud in any Immigration application.

A: No. Your United States citizenship would not be subject to revocation due to changed country conditions. This is the case despite the fact that your lawful permanent resident status was obtained pursuant to a grant of asylum.

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