Congratulations, You Are Now a U.S. Citizen. Unless Someone Decides Later You're Not.

In an undated handout photo, Norma Borgoño, left, with her daughter, Urpi Ríos. Federal prosecutors filed a rare denaturalization case against Borgoño, accusing her of committing fraud when she applied for citizenship in 2007. Since President Donald Trump took office, the number of denaturalization cases like the one filed against Borgoño has grown by more than 80 percent. (Handout via The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH NYT STORY IMMIG DENATURALIZATION BY PATRICIA MAZZEI FOR JULY 23, 2018. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. --

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