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  1. She said she's going to get a lawyer to help write a statement but at this point, I don't know if writing a statement will help or make it worse. Do you know if the DS260 expires? She thought of waiting it out and refiling. Is that even an option?
  2. Thank you for your reply. If that was your situation, Would write a statement pointing out the mistake and apologize or just leave it and give them what they want and wait?
  3. Asking for a friend. Her mother had an IR5 interview last month, the consulate asked for court record which she forgot all about the arrest but remember in time and explained to the consulate. She got 221g requested for court record. Her mother used to live in the States and got into trouble in 2002. Not her fault but was with a friend that stole. So she had retail theft on her record(non-traffic). The consulate saw her record through fingerprint(maybe?) but when completed ds260 Have you ever been arrested or convicted for any offense or crime, even though subject of a pardon, amnesty, or other similar action? it was checked "No" She already got the court record and ready to upload to ceac but because it was checked "NO" will it considered as misrepresentation? Is there anything she do/change the answer to yes? she competed her mother's DS260 it was unintentional. Is this something you get ban for life?
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