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Hello VJ,

My husband got a speeding ticket last month ( actually on his way back from Biometrics- figures) anyway, he paid it immediatly. It was his first ticket so no points were issued. His citizenship test in scheduled for Aug 5th, does he have to bring in proof that he paid the ticket?

Also, I'm aware that they ask the 10 civis questions, but the other questions asked, are they the questions listed at the end of the N400 application? The ones that ask " have you ever been associated with a terroist group or have you ever plotted against the US, etc"?

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Bring paid receipt and/or court disposition to prove that ticket had been paid. Besides 100 questions, they may go over your application, so make sure you know what your answers on the application were.

Good luck

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