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My Fiancee (the beneficiary) has only one actual charge from his juvenile days (he was ordered 9 months probation with no jail time or fines) for having a knife. He also has a couple warnings and cautions, the last one being almost 4 years ago now. I have order the SAR and I will be getting the court records from his juvenile charge before his interview. My question is, do you think we have a chance of being denied because of this charge and his cautions (even though he was never charged with those)? 

I would love some examples of others being successful or denied with similar situations as mine. My anxiety is kicking in as this could be the only thing that hurts us. We have met numerous times in person, I meet the financial requirements and I have never had so much as a speeding ticket. Desperate for advice or input!

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