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Is arrest likely to come up in AOS interview?

Is arrest likely to come up in AOS interview?

Old Jul 18th 2002, 9:50 pm
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Shannon
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Default Is arrest likely to come up in AOS interview?

I entered the US on a B1/2 visa from Australia and subsequently married a USC.

On the B1-2 visa application (was here for business) I ticked the "prior arrest" etc box. This led to a month delay in my visa application and I had to provide a 10 year police clearance certificate. This "record" came up with nothing on it. I detailed the "arrest" (relating to trespass for a student greenie protest in Australia in 1990) and statement of the fine paid ($150). Visa was granted.

This has not come up in the AOS process, yet.

Is it likely to be something that is discussed in the AOS interview next month *(Aug 22?). If so, what should I expect to provide by way of documentation to show it is not a heinous offence.

Shannon
 
Old Jul 19th 2002, 12:20 pm
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Andy Platt
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Default Re: Is arrest likely to come up in AOS interview?

It will come up because you must have checked the same box on the I-485. Expect the
same (or worse!) documentation you provided before to be necessary.

Andy.

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    > I entered the US on a B1/2 visa from Australia and subsequently married a USC.
    >
    > On the B1-2 visa application (was here for business) I ticked the "prior arrest"
    > etc box. This led to a month delay in my visa application and I had to provide a 10
    > year police clearance certificate. This "record" came up with nothing on it. I
    > detailed the "arrest" (relating to trespass for a student greenie protest in
    > Australia in 1990) and statement of the fine paid ($150). Visa was granted.
    >
    > This has not come up in the AOS process, yet.
    >
    > Is it likely to be something that is discussed in the AOS interview next month
    > *(Aug 22?). If so, what should I expect to provide by way of documentation to show
    > it is not a heinous offence.
    >
    > Shannon
    >
    >
    >
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