Enemy Expatriation Act

Enemy Expatriation Act

The Enemy Expatriation Act (HR 3166 and S. 1698) is a proposed law in the secretary of state, or actively engaging in hostilities against the United States or its allies."[1] In early 2012, the proposal was compared to the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act, and some writers have suggested that the two laws could be used together to take away citizens' civil liberties.[2][3][4] If passed, the bill would add to the circumstances under which US citizenship can be lost.[1][4]

See also


  1. ^ a b Ciaramella, C.J. (13 October 2011). "Bill introduced to strip citizenship of Americans supporting terror abroad".  
  2. ^ Foster, Jr., Stephen D. (6 January 2012). New Bill Known As Enemy Expatriation Act Would Allow Government To Strip Citizenship Without Conviction "New Bill Known As Enemy Expatriation Act Would Allow Government To Strip Citizenship Without Conviction". Addicting Info. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "Government could strip citizenship from Americans under Enemy Expatriation Act".  
  4. ^ a b Portero, Ashley (24 January 2012). Enemy Expatriation Act' Could Compound NDAA Threat to Citizen Rights"'".  

External links

  • Thomas Locator Text and Tracking of Enemy Expatriation Act

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