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also a little nervous will this go against me do u think when i was a lil kid i shop lifted with some friends we got caught and taken to the police station i got left out but they took finger prints asked my why i did it and let me go but no arrest and got a warning never to do it again so dunno whether its still on my record or not i was like 13 i think or something but heard there really harsh on any criminal history and deny aos applications based on that kinda stuff also put no to criminal history on my aos cause i had no idea but my mom mentioned it then i realized i had done that it was when i was in like secondary school so i was in like 7th grade in the UK definition

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Please use proper punctuations in your question. It is how you respect other members and makes it easier to read.


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12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

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04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Please use proper punctuations in your question. It is how you respect other members and makes it easier to read.

Yes, it does make it easier to read, however, it has nothing to do with respect. We, as members on this group have to remember that not all posts are from American citizens with english as their first language. We have posters here from all over the world. And are posted and written 'quite possibly' to the best of the writers ability, being foreign, and not from this country. We are here to help each other on visa problems not judge gramatical errors.

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Lecilia I believe you have nothing to worry about. You were 13 and underage. And you also stated they only gave you a warning. I would not let this concern you too much.


“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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Yes, it does make it easier to read, however, it has nothing to do with respect. We, as members on this group have to remember that not all posts are from American citizens with english as their first language. We have posters here from all over the world. And are posted and written 'quite possibly' to the best of the writers ability, being foreign, and not from this country. We are here to help each other on visa problems not judge gramatical errors.

There is nothing to do with grammar or English, it is punctuations which you learn at elementary. All languages use punctuations to make sentences and ideas clear.

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There is nothing to do with grammar or English, it is punctuations which you learn at elementary. All languages use punctuations to make sentences and ideas clear.

Thats odd.... my husband speaks darija... and they dont use english punctuation. Hummmmmmm. Not all languages use punctuation. However, that was not my point in my post I wrote. You might want to re-read it. I stated that the person possibly wrote to the best of her ability being, possibly, english not being her first language. And, we are not here to judge her 'punctuation' or grammer but help her with her visa problem. I think your being a little harsh with her and picking at her punctuation rather than helping her with her problem.


“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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