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i got speed ticket while in NY on my rental , speed camera capture it. and its paid already

its only 50$ based on NY mean i was from 1 to 11 above the speed limit .

the question i have pending I-751 do i need to mention this ticket to USCIS or wait till my interview day ? my status is not ready to schedule for interview.

other question i know its still head of time. but will i need to mention this camera speed ticket on the N400 application 

appreciate your inputs

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Simple advice be honest and clear with usics or any authority. I hope some one here have better answer for you..


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2 hours ago, HGH said:

i got speed ticket while in NY on my rental , speed camera capture it. and its paid already

its only 50$ based on NY mean i was from 1 to 11 above the speed limit .

the question i have pending I-751 do i need to mention this ticket to USCIS or wait till my interview day ? my status is not ready to schedule for interview.

other question i know its still head of time. but will i need to mention this camera speed ticket on the N400 application 

appreciate your inputs

You do not need to report this ticket for either ROC or naturalization.

 

See this FAQ from USCIS:
https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/article/chapter3.pdf

 

It's under $500 and didn't involve an arrest, drugs, or alcohol, so you're good.


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29 minutes ago, AstroCanada said:

You do not need to report this ticket for either ROC or naturalization.

 

See this FAQ from USCIS:
https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/article/chapter3.pdf

 

It's under $500 and didn't involve an arrest, drugs, or alcohol, so you're good.

 

Huh? The very text you link says you should report this, at least for naturalization but you do not need to submit any evidence (even though I recommend you do.)

 

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Even if you have committed a minor crime, USCIS may deny your application if you do not tell the USCIS officer about the incident... you do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines... if the only penalty was a fine less than $500 and/or points on your driver's license.

 

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On 5/7/2019 at 10:26 PM, afrocraft said:

 

Huh? The very text you link says you should report this, at least for naturalization but you do not need to submit any evidence (even though I recommend you do.)

Actually now that I read this, it's super unclear.  Usually traffic citations are infractions in the legal sense.  These don't count as crimes usually, which are misdemeanors or felonies.   But you might be right that you should just over-disclose.


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May 18, 2016: Chicago Lockbox received package.

May 20, 2016: NOA1 Notice Date with priority date of May 18. Sent to Nebraska Service Center

May 23, 2016: NOA1 E-mail

Oct 21, 2016: NOA2 Notice by App

Nov 2, 2016: USCIS sent to NVC

 

NVC

Nov 8, 2016: NVC Received

Nov 16, 2016: Case Number Assigned

Nov 18, 2016: DS-261 submitted and AOS fee paid

Nov 23, 2016: IV Fee Invoiced and paid

Nov 30, 2016: IV and AOS Packages Sent (EP)

Dec 4, 2016: DS-260 Submitted

Dec 5, 2016: NVC Scan Date

Dec 6, 2016: NVC 3 N/A and Case Complete on Phone [1 day later!]

Dec 13, 2016: NVC CC e-mail

Dec 15, 2016: Found out interview date by phone

Jan 23, 2017: Interview...Approved!

 

Jan 30, 2017: POE Toronto Pearson Airport

 

Removing Conditions

Nov 2, 2018: Sent I-751 to Arizona Lockbox

Nov 7, 2018: Apparent receipt date (SMS notification on 11/9)

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3 minutes ago, AstroCanada said:

Actually now that I read this, it's super unclear.  Usually traffic citations are infractions in the legal sense.  These don't count as crimes usually, which are misdemeanors or felonies.   But you might be right that you should just over-disclose.

It's not even close: You have a responsibility to disclose each and every arrest, citation, etc. on the N-400, no matter how minor the infraction. Not doing so could be grounds for denial.

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