Thanks for that explanation.While it is true that the Government could revoke a naturalization, it can only do it under certain circumstances. For example, if ... the naturalized ... lives in another country for ten years after obtaining the nationality.
That type of verification system (if it exists) is something handled directly and internally by the naturalization department, with direct communication with the Immigration office as well as the National Registry Junta Central Electoral of the Dominican Republic. They are also informed by third parties which could initiate this investigation, which could cause the revocation of the naturalization or the denial of the application.Thanks for that explanation.
With regard to living in another country for 10 years after naturalizing, does the government judgw this based only on the naturalized citizen's registered address, or does the government check if the person was actually living in the DR full time in these 10 years?