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part of the I-485 it talks about weapons and training and stuff (Part 3 C 15,16, 18). I was a police for a year and received weapons training and detained prisoners and stuff like that, (regular police work) after that I went into the security profession (transporting cash and valuables) and got weapons training there as well. The way the questions are structured I am scared to tick of yes, cause it sounds like I was part of a militia or something. My wife (YAY!! get to say wife now) thinks I should put no, but I ticked yes and now i'm wondering if I should tick no instead. I have not filed it yet, we're waiting for the marriage certificate to arrive before sending, plus I have some other vaccines to get. That is just my concern. Should I tick YES or follow her advice and tick off NO. Apart from that everything else is set and ready


 

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Since you detained prisoners and received weapons training, then you would answer Yes to those. You were a member of a police unit. You did detain prisoners. You did receive weapons training. Never lie. You can include an explanation statement if you wish.


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Thank you. I feel more confident.


 

AOS

14-03-2015 AOS Package sent

17-03-2015 AOS Package received by Lockbox

19-03-2015 NOA 1 received via email

26-03-2015 NOA 1 Hard Copy Received

27-03-2015 Biometrics Appointment Letter Received

08-04-2015 Biometrics Appointment (DONE)

29-05-2015 Status change (AP Approved/EAD ordered to be produced)

04-06-2015 Card mailed

05-06-2015 NOA 2 Hard copy received

06-06-2015 EAD/AP In Hand

26-06-2015 Interview waiver hard copy received

05-10-2015 AOS Welcome Notice Mailed

08-10-2015 Card mailed

09-10-2015 Welcome Notice hard copy received

13-10-2015 CARD IN HAND!!!! WOOHOO!!!

I-751 (Removing Conditions)

06-10-2017 Package sent

 

 

 

Island Boy 

 

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