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My husband has been pulled over at least three times for things like having a hole in his exhaust, a headlight not working, or the tires being under the legal limit. They charged him, with the pink slip etc, but he got it fixed up right away every time and they didn't ever take things further.

Will this show up on the police record? And should we mention it in the Ds-230 II where it asks if you've been charged. I don't know if this is officially considered being charged, since he wasn't prosecuted or anything.

Should this affect our application?


2006

July 30th - sent off I-130s

August 7th - I-130s filed with USCIS and we receive our notification postcard a few days later

Nov 5th - sent in the DS-2001 part 1 and the DS 2001

Nov 6th - received our packet 3 stuff, which I took as I-130 approvals

Nov 13th - received packet 4 - interview scheduled for Dec 14th

Nov 20th - had medicals

Nov 24-ish - received our actual I-130 approvals, I have no idea why they took so long to arrive!

Dec 14th - interviews - approved!

Dec 16th - visas delivered

2007

Jan 13th - leaving party :( I will miss so many people!

Jan 19th - our travel date

Feb 20th - our baby's due date

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My husband has been pulled over at least three times for things like having a hole in his exhaust, a headlight not working, or the tires being under the legal limit. They charged him, with the pink slip etc, but he got it fixed up right away every time and they didn't ever take things further.

Will this show up on the police record? And should we mention it in the Ds-230 II where it asks if you've been charged. I don't know if this is officially considered being charged, since he wasn't prosecuted or anything.

Should this affect our application?

Goodness, I should hope not (I'd never get in if it came down to producers! :)) I'm sure it's criminal convictions they're interested in.

Good luck :)


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My husband has been pulled over at least three times for things like having a hole in his exhaust, a headlight not working, or the tires being under the legal limit. They charged him, with the pink slip etc, but he got it fixed up right away every time and they didn't ever take things further.

Will this show up on the police record? And should we mention it in the Ds-230 II where it asks if you've been charged. I don't know if this is officially considered being charged, since he wasn't prosecuted or anything.

Should this affect our application?

No they won't come up in the check, it is only crime that cones up not traffic violations...:¬)


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Phew, thanks guys. I feel much better about that now.


2006

July 30th - sent off I-130s

August 7th - I-130s filed with USCIS and we receive our notification postcard a few days later

Nov 5th - sent in the DS-2001 part 1 and the DS 2001

Nov 6th - received our packet 3 stuff, which I took as I-130 approvals

Nov 13th - received packet 4 - interview scheduled for Dec 14th

Nov 20th - had medicals

Nov 24-ish - received our actual I-130 approvals, I have no idea why they took so long to arrive!

Dec 14th - interviews - approved!

Dec 16th - visas delivered

2007

Jan 13th - leaving party :( I will miss so many people!

Jan 19th - our travel date

Feb 20th - our baby's due date

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