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Thread: N 400 application

  1. #1
    I currently reside in Georgia and have been living here for the past year and a half.

    Background:
    I have been a permanent resident of the US for the past 12 years and have continously resided in the US for about 6 of those years. Two years ago I was arrested for the following charges:

    1. Public Indecency
    2. False Informing
    3. Public Intoxication
    4. Minor in Possession, Consumption, or Transportation of Alcoholic Beverages

    The story is that during a normal college night out, I got caught taking a leak in an alley. I had a friends ID on me which I used to get into the campus bars. Finally, the prosecution decided to offer me a diversion agreement, dropping the first three charges. After I met the terms of the diversion, the remaining charge was also dissmissed. I also have a couple of speeding tickets that I recieved over the past year.

    Questions:
    Should I submit with my N-400 form? Also, if I leave the country for a holiday, can I reenter without the immigration officer giving me hell? I know that a friend of mine got caught with a little marijuana (less than 30 gms), he was on an F-1, and he could not reenter the country without first going back home and meeting with the US counsulate in his home country and getting permission to reenter. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

  2. #2
    I currently reside in Georgia and have been living here for the past year and a half.

    Background:
    I have been a permanent resident of the US for the past 12 years and have continously resided in the US for about 6 of those years. Two years ago I was arrested for the following charges:

    1. Public Indecency
    2. False Informing
    3. Public Intoxication
    4. Minor in Possession, Consumption, or Transportation of Alcoholic Beverages

    The story is that during a normal college night out, I got caught taking a leak in an alley. I had a friends ID on me which I used to get into the campus bars. Finally, the prosecution decided to offer me a diversion agreement, dropping the first three charges. After I met the terms of the diversion, the remaining charge was also dissmissed. I also have a couple of speeding tickets that I recieved over the past year.

    Questions:
    Should I submit with my N-400 form? Also, if I leave the country for a holiday, can I reenter without the immigration officer giving me hell? I know that a friend of mine got caught with a little marijuana (less than 30 gms), he was on an F-1, and he could not reenter the country without first going back home and meeting with the US counsulate in his home country and getting permission to reenter. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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