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Hi All,

About question 20. Whilst I was living in England I got arrested and got fined and I had to apply for a waiver to get my green card. Do I need to declare this here or is this statement about whilst I have been living in the USA?

Thanks for your help.

Edited by Pcsuper

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Hi All,

About question 20. Whilst I was living in England I got arrested and got fined and I had to apply for a waiver to get my green card. Do I need to declare this here or is this statement about whilst I have been living in the USA?

Thanks for your help.

Good question. The form says here or abroad but doesn't say anything about before or since card was issued. I would call immigration to see if they can clarify. If not I would list it and include a copy of the waiver. What I wouldn't do is answer no unless you're 100% sure it's the correct way to fill out form. That's just my 2 cents but I've never had to deal with it myself. Best of luck to you.

Edited by JamesSheila

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Hi All,

About question 20. Whilst I was living in England I got arrested and got fined and I had to apply for a waiver to get my green card. Do I need to declare this here or is this statement about whilst I have been living in the USA?

Thanks for your help.

The question says "Have you EVER been....."

It does not say, "since your immigration to the US......" or "since your last form was filled out..."

EVER means anytime in you whole life.


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