Congresswoman Ilhan Omar set to lose her citizenship And Even Worst. To be honest, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar needs competent immigration counsel to ensure that there is no threat of her losing her citizenship, or, worse, deportation.
However “The Department of Justice has reportedly assigned an FBI special agent to work with Immigration and Customs and Enforcement and the Department of Education Inspector General Charge to investigate Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) for alleged criminal violations relating to perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, state and federal tax fraud, federal student loan fraud, and bigamy.” The Federalists reported.
The case against Ilhan Omar is a big one, she immigrated to the United States in 1995 and became a citizen in 2000 at age 17, the problem here is, she was underage at the time.
Individuals under 18 are ineligible to apply for US citizenship, this would mean Omar’s naturalization was done by another means.
David Steinberg has covered the Omar saga for several years and has openly questioned whether she is who she says she is.
A new report from DailyMail, a Somali community leader Abdihakim Osman has come out to go on the record to speak out on the rumor of Ilhan Omar marrying her brother and he is saying she indeed did it.
In addition, Osman goes into detail about how she did it in a way that kept details from the public.
“Squad” congresswoman Ilhan Omar told friends years ago that the man who went on to become her second husband was in fact her brother, DailyMail.com can confirm.
And now for the first time one of those friends has come forward to reveal exactly how Omar and Ahmed Elmi scandalized the Somali community in Minneapolis.
Abdihakim Osman is the first person to go on record to speak of how Omar said she wanted to get her brother papers so he could stay in the United States, at a time when she was married to her first husband Ahmed Hirsi.
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Congresswoman Ilhan Omar set to lose her citizenship And Even Worst
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