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  • Do I need police and court records if I have no history with police?

    I have never been arrested, detained, charged or anything of that sort. I have had no run-ins with police. Do I still need to submit some sort of clearance certificate that I have no records?

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    Per the guidelines of USCIS, unless I’m mistaken, you should only submit police records if you’ve been arrested and/or had an encounter with the law of such nature. So unless applicable, I don’t think you should provide any police records - I’m not a lawyer, this is just my 5 cents.
    1 = March 25

    1 - Application sent to USCIS Chicago lockbox
    2 - Application received by USCIS
    20 - 4 text messages received from USCIS
    22 - Four I-797Cs (NOAs) received by mail
    43 - Hardcopy of RFIE for tax documentation received in mail
    44 - RFIE response sent
    49 - RFIE response received by USCIS
    57 - Courtesy letter for I-693 received
    129 - Bio appointment for Aug/14

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    • #3
      Thanks, that makes sense. To be honest, USCIS instructions are pretty clear. I just hope they would add one more line at the bottom, something like "If none of the above cases apply to you, you don't need to submit this".
      Thanks for your comment!

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      • #4
        You’re welcome.

        All the BEST!
        1 = March 25

        1 - Application sent to USCIS Chicago lockbox
        2 - Application received by USCIS
        20 - 4 text messages received from USCIS
        22 - Four I-797Cs (NOAs) received by mail
        43 - Hardcopy of RFIE for tax documentation received in mail
        44 - RFIE response sent
        49 - RFIE response received by USCIS
        57 - Courtesy letter for I-693 received
        129 - Bio appointment for Aug/14

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sandeep.iiit View Post
          I have never been arrested, detained, charged or anything of that sort. I have had no run-ins with police. Do I still need to submit some sort of clearance certificate that I have no records?
          I-485, question #25, I was pulled over by the police and was given a citation for speeding. I included the ticket and proof that was paid and explanation of what happened. Question #25 is very clear, don't lie about anything. Good luck!
          -01/27/2020: Same sex couple, married to USC.
          -06/29/2020: Package I-130, I-130A, I-131, I-485, I-693, I-765, I-864, I-864 joint sponsor and I-944 sent via certified mail USPS.
          -06/30/2020: Delivered by USPS and signed by Chicago lockbox T Thomas.
          -07/25/2020: Checks cashed.
          -07/30/2020: Text messages received with case confirmation numbers.
          07/31/2020: Received official (I-797C's) in the mail.

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          • #6
            In all likelihood, you will have problems related to not reporting these kind of infractions if they were criminal or something serious. Minor things like speeding tickets should not cause a problem. For what it’s worth, I have had a speeding ticket for which I did traffic school, but it was not mentioned on my citizenship application, and that did not cause a problem with my naturalization. Hope this helps.
            I am not a lawyer and my comments should not be treated as legal advice.

            USC filed AOS (IR0) for parents on B2.

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            07/18/20: —> UPS to Chicago Lockbox I-130/485/944/864/131/765/693
            07/21/20: <— Received by Chicago Lockbox

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