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3 minutes ago, Dan&Carol said:

Hi Friends, 

 

what are examples of  "Additional evidence you want to provide" during N400 online filing ? 

Only you got arrested/convicted for some sort of crimes

 

(2) You may include any additional evidence in your favor concerning the circumstances of your arrests or convictions that you would like USCIS to consider.

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12 hours ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

Only you got arrested/convicted for some sort of crimes

 

(2) You may include any additional evidence in your favor concerning the circumstances of your arrests or convictions that you would like USCIS to consider.

how about traffic ticket for 300$

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i have 

6 hours ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

Yes and you should mention the traffic ticket on your application in case you have doubt. 

i have been reading online unless you have arrest or detained you don't need to mention anything less than $500 charges. 

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6 hours ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

Yes and you should mention the traffic ticket on your application in case you have doubt. 

thanks for help I found my answer :- https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/article/chapter3.pdf

 

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2 minutes ago, Dan&Carol said:

i have 

i have been reading online unless you have arrest or detained you don't need to mention anything less than $500 charges. 

 

  • It is a citation, then you disclose it (N-400 Question 23).

 

There was an old document from UCSICS (referred as question 16 but it should be 23 for the update form).

 

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/nativedocuments/July2008Q%26A.pdf

 

Question: What documentation is USCIS looking for on N-400 applications for clients who have traffic citations only (no arrests), such as speeding tickets? This is in reference to the Good Moral Character section, question 16, which asks if you have ever been arrested, cited, etc. Also, what is expected at the N-400 interview regarding these traffic tickets? Response: Typically if an individual only has minor traffic citations with no arrests resulting (i.e. speeding tickets), they will not be required to submit any additional information with the N-400.

 

However, if, during the course of the interview, an adjudications officer determines that there are www.uscis.gov circumstances that warrant further investigation, (e.g. there is an indication that the applicant has failed to pay fines associated with the citations), the officer may request additional documentation. (e.g. payment, certified police/court documents indicating such).

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

 

  • It is a citation, then you disclose it (N-400 Question 23).

 

There was an old document from UCSICS (referred as question 16 but it should be 23 for the update form).

 

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/nativedocuments/July2008Q%26A.pdf

 

Question: What documentation is USCIS looking for on N-400 applications for clients who have traffic citations only (no arrests), such as speeding tickets? This is in reference to the Good Moral Character section, question 16, which asks if you have ever been arrested, cited, etc. Also, what is expected at the N-400 interview regarding these traffic tickets? Response: Typically if an individual only has minor traffic citations with no arrests resulting (i.e. speeding tickets), they will not be required to submit any additional information with the N-400.

 

However, if, during the course of the interview, an adjudications officer determines that there are www.uscis.gov circumstances that warrant further investigation, (e.g. there is an indication that the applicant has failed to pay fines associated with the citations), the officer may request additional documentation. (e.g. payment, certified police/court documents indicating such).

 

 

 

cool answers the same. no need to disclose as per from above para  "Typically if an individual only has minor traffic citations with no arrests resulting (i.e. speeding tickets), they will not be required to submit any additional information with the N-400."

 

"the officer may request additional documentation. (e.g. payment, certified police/court documents indicating such)."

 

hence during interview carry speeding ticket and payment proof. 

 

 

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On 5/9/2019 at 11:50 AM, Dan&Carol said:

Hi Friends, 

 

what are examples of  "Additional evidence you want to provide" during N400 online filing ? 

The burden is yours to prove that you are eligible for citizenship. So you need to understand all the requirements for naturalization, consider where your weaknesses are, and proactively supply whatever evidence proves your eligibility. Each case is different, so the evidence will differ from applicant to applicant.

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