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  • Immigration Law Question: N400 - Citizenship problem

    Please need advice on what to do next.
    Went for my citizenship interview today. Everything went well with the exam until the last part when
    the examiner said that there are information that were not included on my application for an arrest
    with no charges filed, that happened in 1991. I told her the truth that I did not know that the
    information was left out of the N400 application by the person that prepared the form for me. She told
    me that she will not be approving the N400 at that moment until she does more investigation into the
    matter. She said I should be hearing from them in 30-45 days.

    I will like to know if there anything I can do to resolve this situation. Do I need to send them the
    paperwork for the arrest and write a letter to plead my case?

    Desperately need help.

    Thanks

    MP

  • #2
    You should obtain certified court or law enforcement agency records of the arrest.

    Remember though, just because someone else preparted the form for you, you signed and said it was true and correct.

    You could be denied for this error.

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    • #3
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      • #4
        Maryphilip, I am sorry to tell you but this is going to be tough to prove. Unless you gave that person power of attorney, you can not just claim that someone signed papers for you. The assumption is you knew what was written or rather filled out. Anyway, sit tight and wait fr the verdict. Remember you can either appeal or wait a couple of months and do it all over. Please this time mention that you were arrested in 1991.

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        • #5
          maybe this would help you with your problem. Goodluck
          us immigration services philippines

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          • #6
            how did the interviewer know about the arrest? did you reveal it during the interview or the interviewer made you aware that they already know about it?

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            • #7
              Hi,
              In my opinion,you should contact with the immigration experts.They will suggest you the best and definitely,they will help you.

              All the best...
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