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We have vehicle Under both our names but my wife drives that and got two camera tickets one was for failure to yield before turning right and other was for speed. Because vehicle is on both of our names and I’m primary owner ticket shows my name also. 

How should I address this in n400 citation part.

 

 

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2 hours ago, King-north said:

Good day,

We have vehicle Under both our names but my wife drives that and got two camera tickets one was for failure to yield before turning right and other was for speed. Because vehicle is on both of our names and I’m primary owner ticket shows my name also. 

How should I address this in n400 citation part.

 

 

camera tickets are civil fines. I don't think you even need to worry about those. I have a camera ticket and I am not even paying the fine while my N400 is still under process.. lol.. Here in Texas, even the governor is against these cameras and they are looking to ban these cameras for good!

 

https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/03/18/proposed-ban-red-light-cameras-texas-legislature/

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On 3/21/2019 at 9:08 AM, King-north said:

have vehicle Under both our names but my wife drives that and got two camera tickets one was for failure to y

 

23 hours ago, love_my_wife said:

camera tickets are civil fines. I don't think you even need to worry about those. I have a camera ticket and I am not even paying the fine while my N400 is still under process.. lol.. Here in Texas, even the governor is against these cameras and they are looking to ban these cameras for good!

 

https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/03/18/proposed-ban-red-light-cameras-texas-legislature/

you didnt take care of when you finish the interview?

 

I read some post that saying its ok you have a traffic ticket but just have to close it before interview

 

 

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5 minutes ago, KMENDLESS said:

 

you didnt take care of when you finish the interview?

 

I read some post that saying its ok you have a traffic ticket but just have to close it before interview

 

 

camera tickets are not like a normal citation that is handed to you personally by an officer..... They don't appear on your driving record. In Texas, if you don't pay.. there is nothing much they can do.. the only thing is they put a scofflaw hold on your vehicle registration. However, in my county, even if you have that hold, you can go in person and renew your vehicle reg.. So I am not paying the $75 fine! I have still not got an interview date. These tickets are like any civil matter like unpaid credit card or unpaid bills that have gone to collection!

 

These camera tickets have just become a cash cow for the cities and ofcourse windfall for the camera companies as there is only 1 company that manages these cameras in Texas!

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4 minutes ago, KMENDLESS said:

 

you didnt take care of when you finish the interview?

 

I read some post that saying its ok you have a traffic ticket but just have to close it before interview

 

 

I have not applied yet was curious how to list them technically I did not got these to tickets these only vehicle was in my name. 

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4 hours ago, King-north said:

I have not applied yet was curious how to list them technically I did not got these to tickets these only vehicle was in my name. 

Imo in your case, I would check "no" to the ticket question. You're always allowed to clarify your answer on any section. On a separate piece of paper (unsure of how this would play out on the online application), just explain that though your name is listed on the ticket for part owning the car, the ticket is your wife's. Bring as much proof as you're able to, presumably the photo taken by the traffic camera is available to you? Then bring that. But for a ticket, I wouldn't worry that much. The interviewer will likely not dwell over it.

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On 3/21/2019 at 1:25 PM, love_my_wife said:

camera tickets are civil fines. I don't think you even need to worry about those. I have a camera ticket and I am not even paying the fine while my N400 is still under process.. lol.. Here in Texas, even the governor is against these cameras and they are looking to ban these cameras for good!

 

https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/03/18/proposed-ban-red-light-cameras-texas-legislature/

 

21 hours ago, love_my_wife said:

camera tickets are not like a normal citation that is handed to you personally by an officer..... They don't appear on your driving record. In Texas, if you don't pay.. there is nothing much they can do.. the only thing is they put a scofflaw hold on your vehicle registration. However, in my county, even if you have that hold, you can go in person and renew your vehicle reg.. So I am not paying the $75 fine! I have still not got an interview date. These tickets are like any civil matter like unpaid credit card or unpaid bills that have gone to collection!

 

These camera tickets have just become a cash cow for the cities and ofcourse windfall for the camera companies as there is only 1 company that manages these cameras in Texas!

100% agree! Being said that you still need to pay off camera ticket before it become into something else but there is no need to mention it except whatever appears on Driver Record. 

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