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Ticket for speed violation, visa B1/B2 in Vegas 2016

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Hello guys.

My former boss asked for help.

He've got a ticket in 2016 in Vegas for speeding but didn't pay it and returned home. Now he's about to apply for another B1/B2 visa and would like to pay this ticket online. But the problem is that he lost his ticket... So, all I have is his passport info and previous visa. I've tried to look for his case on lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/ but  no cases matched search criteria.

What else can I do? 

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Call the clerk office and ask them what to do. By not appearing in court and not pay the ticket, there's probably a bench warrant for this arrest, so next time he gets pulled over in Clark County, they'll probably arrest him and haul him to court. It is not the end of the world, but like I said, I need to call the clerk of court and take care of it. 

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1 hour ago, JB&JP said:

You think they will tell something to me? I'm a third party :( And I only have copy of his passport and previous visa

No. Why can't he call them? Why are you sorting out his problem? Tell him to stop being so lazy and sort out his own problems.

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50 minutes ago, ElDiablo said:

No. Why can't he call them? Why are you sorting out his problem? Tell him to stop being so lazy and sort out his own problems.

Well, he can't call because his English is very poor. I'm trying to help because I worked for him for almost 10 years and he helped me couple of times and I want to return the favor.

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1 hour ago, JB&JP said:

Well, he can't call because his English is very poor. I'm trying to help because I worked for him for almost 10 years and he helped me couple of times and I want to return the favor.

That’s nice of you to want to help, but doesn’t change the facts.

 

this would all have been avoided if he had just paid his fine at the time. Yet another case of people thinking they can evade what they need to do legally and then it comes back to bite them when immigration enters the picture. It’s nice of you to want to help but I don’t really have any sympathy for him. 

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