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SF - Got two Muni Transit Tickets after submitted Application

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Hi, 

 

I live in San Francisco, submitted application online in Dec 2017. 

 

In March 2018 I got two Muni Transit Violation tickets from a Muni Inspector (not police) because I tapped my mother's senior discount card without noticing it. 
Both tickets were received at the same time, one says "no valid proof of payment" and the other one says "unauthorized use of discount". 
The Muni Inspector said it's not a crime but just like parking tickets. 

 

I have completed volunteer work to pay off both the tickets but I am wondering if this would cause any problems at the interview as I checked "No" for Section 23. 
"23. Have you EVER been arrested, cited, or detained by any law enforcement officer (including any immigration official or any official of the U.S. armed forces) for any reason?"

 

Should I bring it up first to the Interview Officer at the interview? Or I can wait until the officer asks if I have any changes with my application? 

 

Thank you for your kind advice in advance! 

 

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Had the same ticket in NYC and it was not a problem during my N400 Interview. They just asked for the original document showing I had paid the fine.

Make sure to mention it and take the proof of having paid off the ticket, or in your case of having done the volunteer work.

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1. I went through Diversity Lottery Green Card and Citizenship application processes 

2. My spouse went through K1 (I-129F)  and AOS (I-485) 

3. About to file ROC (I-751) for my spouse

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7 hours ago, TheKingmaker said:

Had the same ticket in NYC and it was not a problem during my N400 Interview. They just asked for the original document showing I had paid the fine.

Make sure to mention it and take the proof of having paid off the ticket, or in your case of having done the volunteer work.

Thank you so much for your prompt reply! :) 

I'll make sure to bring the original document showing I did volunteer work and paid the fine when I go to interview.

 

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