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In which cases can I get my citizenship revoked in Australia?

by Guest23159439  |  8 years, 12 month(s) ago

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Can anyone describe the conditions which might result in the revoking of my Australian citizenship? Need answers ASAP.

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  1. Australia Guide
    If you became a citizen by application you can have your citizenship taken away if you are found to have committed a serious criminal offence prior to gaining citizenship. Australian citizenship can be revoked if: - you have been convicted of making a false statement or representation in relation to your application to become an Australian citizen - you are convicted of a serious criminal offence at any time prior to becoming a citizen involving a sentence of 12 months or more - your approval to become an Australian citizen was gained as a result of migration-related fraud - your approval to become an Australian citizen was gained as a result of third party fraud; for example, fraudulent conduct by a migration agent in the citizenship application - it would be contrary to the public interest for you to remain an Australian citizen. An Australian citizen by birth cannot have their Australian citizenship revoked. Similarly, a person conferred citizenship, after fully disclosing all relevant factors, cannot have their Australian citizenship revoked.

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