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So.. last thursday. I got car accident.

I got a ticket it said failed to yield. I was trying to take a left. It was green light. Heavy traffic at that time.

I couldnt see another driver. ( she drove fast. Over 60 it was Downtown. Supposed to drive 35 )anyways. she hit me and we both went ER. Police officer gave me tickets as citations. I am going to pay for it. I dont want to fight for it. he told me that no one can proof that she was speeding so fast. And you were trying to take a left so apparently it is you fault. I got it... is it going to be matter for my citizenship future?

This is my first ticket... no crime. Nothing before I got car accident.

I have 10 yrs permanent greencard. And still in my military contract. I am gna go basic training on sept 1st. ( if I can... )

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U.S.ARMY Swear in 03/20/2015

We are dual military couple.


Removing conditions on Residency


I-751 Filed 06/09/2014

NOA 1 NEVER RECEIVED (EDIT - MY HUSBAND PUT THAT LETTER IN THE CAR...GRRRR I JUST NOTICED THAT AFTER I RECEIVED MY GREENCARD)

Biometrics 07/14/2014

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC Oct/29/2014)

RFE Received 12/18/2014

2nd Bio 01/23/2015

3rd Bio 02/03/2015 + Infopass for I-551 stamp

RFE Responded 02/04/2015 (Mailed RFE Jan 30)

Approved!!!!! 02/10/2015

Card Mailed 02/17/2015 Card was picked up by the usps 02/18/2015

Card in hand 02/21/2015 !!!!!



Adjust to permanent resident status

Filed 05/03/2012

NOA 1 05/07/2012(notice date)

Biometrics 06/08/2012

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC June/01/2012)

Approved 09/05/2012

(welcome notice with card)


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no it shouldn't


AOS

day 1 -- 04/11/2012-- package sent to Chicago

day 2 -- 04/12/2012-- package was received.

day 43-- 05/23/2012-- Notice for an interview is received for 06/26 @ 2pm

day 63-- 06/12/2012-- Received a Text & email for an update- Card production EAD/AP

day 77-- 06/26/2012-- interview / approved on the spot.

day 86-- 07/05/2012-- Received my GC in the mail.

ROC

day 1 -- 04/07/2014 -- ROC Package delivered to VSC

day 16 -- 04/23/2014 -- Walk-in Bio.

day 197 -- 10/20/2014-- Approval Letter received dated 10/16/2014

day 202 -- 10/25/2014-- GC received

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Thank you everyone. I didnt get arrested.. I got car accident. It was green light. I couldnt see another driver thats all. Another driver , she is fine Too...


U.S.ARMY Swear in 03/20/2015

We are dual military couple.


Removing conditions on Residency


I-751 Filed 06/09/2014

NOA 1 NEVER RECEIVED (EDIT - MY HUSBAND PUT THAT LETTER IN THE CAR...GRRRR I JUST NOTICED THAT AFTER I RECEIVED MY GREENCARD)

Biometrics 07/14/2014

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC Oct/29/2014)

RFE Received 12/18/2014

2nd Bio 01/23/2015

3rd Bio 02/03/2015 + Infopass for I-551 stamp

RFE Responded 02/04/2015 (Mailed RFE Jan 30)

Approved!!!!! 02/10/2015

Card Mailed 02/17/2015 Card was picked up by the usps 02/18/2015

Card in hand 02/21/2015 !!!!!



Adjust to permanent resident status

Filed 05/03/2012

NOA 1 05/07/2012(notice date)

Biometrics 06/08/2012

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC June/01/2012)

Approved 09/05/2012

(welcome notice with card)


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It doesn't sound like they arrested you, so there is nothing for you to divulge on the N-400 application.

This is a citation. It has to be disclosed on the N-400 application. The question asks for any time you were arrested, detained, or cited.

As long as it is disclosed, it won't cause a problem. The OP should pay the fine and take proof of payment and any related court documents to the interview. They may not be needed, but it's better to have them.


For a review of each step of my N-400 naturalization process, from application to oath ceremony, please click here.

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Thank you anyways. I am going to keep all records... and accident.. anuthing. Even if simple things.. thank u

This is a citation. It has to be disclosed on the N-400 application. The question asks for any time you were arrested, detained, or cited.

As long as it is disclosed, it won't cause a problem. The OP should pay the fine and take proof of payment and any related court documents to the interview. They may not be needed, but it's better to have them.


U.S.ARMY Swear in 03/20/2015

We are dual military couple.


Removing conditions on Residency


I-751 Filed 06/09/2014

NOA 1 NEVER RECEIVED (EDIT - MY HUSBAND PUT THAT LETTER IN THE CAR...GRRRR I JUST NOTICED THAT AFTER I RECEIVED MY GREENCARD)

Biometrics 07/14/2014

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC Oct/29/2014)

RFE Received 12/18/2014

2nd Bio 01/23/2015

3rd Bio 02/03/2015 + Infopass for I-551 stamp

RFE Responded 02/04/2015 (Mailed RFE Jan 30)

Approved!!!!! 02/10/2015

Card Mailed 02/17/2015 Card was picked up by the usps 02/18/2015

Card in hand 02/21/2015 !!!!!



Adjust to permanent resident status

Filed 05/03/2012

NOA 1 05/07/2012(notice date)

Biometrics 06/08/2012

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC June/01/2012)

Approved 09/05/2012

(welcome notice with card)


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Thank you anyways. I am going to keep all records... and accident.. anuthing. Even if simple things.. thank u

I got a ticket for "fail to yield - vehicle turning left" in 2007. I paid the 75-dollar ticket. I mentioned both of these facts on my N-400 which I mailed out in end-June. I also got a court-stamped copy of my entire docket for the case to take with me to my interview when they schedule it.

It was a very similar situation, I was turning left, the other person came so fast that I didn't even see them coming, but it was my fault because nobody could prove they were speeding and it is the turning person who is supposed to yield.

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Soo... r u still processing on ur n-400?????

I got a ticket for "fail to yield - vehicle turning left" in 2007. I paid the 75-dollar ticket. I mentioned both of these facts on my N-400 which I mailed out in end-June. I also got a court-stamped copy of my entire docket for the case to take with me to my interview when they schedule it.

It was a very similar situation, I was turning left, the other person came so fast that I didn't even see them coming, but it was my fault because nobody could prove they were speeding and it is the turning person who is supposed to yield.


U.S.ARMY Swear in 03/20/2015

We are dual military couple.


Removing conditions on Residency


I-751 Filed 06/09/2014

NOA 1 NEVER RECEIVED (EDIT - MY HUSBAND PUT THAT LETTER IN THE CAR...GRRRR I JUST NOTICED THAT AFTER I RECEIVED MY GREENCARD)

Biometrics 07/14/2014

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC Oct/29/2014)

RFE Received 12/18/2014

2nd Bio 01/23/2015

3rd Bio 02/03/2015 + Infopass for I-551 stamp

RFE Responded 02/04/2015 (Mailed RFE Jan 30)

Approved!!!!! 02/10/2015

Card Mailed 02/17/2015 Card was picked up by the usps 02/18/2015

Card in hand 02/21/2015 !!!!!



Adjust to permanent resident status

Filed 05/03/2012

NOA 1 05/07/2012(notice date)

Biometrics 06/08/2012

(Case transfer from VSC to CSC June/01/2012)

Approved 09/05/2012

(welcome notice with card)


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