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N-400 Interview and Certified Court Record

N-400 Interview and Certified Court Record

Old Jan 3rd 2003, 6:34 am
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Citizenship interview is set for next month and I can only see one potential
snag.Over 15 years ago, I was convicted by a London court on 2 counts of petty
theft. This came up during my interview for permanent residence at the US
embassy in London and I produced 2 certified copies of the court disposition
(Fined 50 Pounds). No issue they said, - the UK equivalent of a lower class
misdemeanor - and my green card was approved.

Of course I included this in my N-400 application but I now only have
photocopies of the 'certified' disposition. The originals were kept by the
Embassy in my Visa file. Is it possible the INS officer will deny my
application on the grounds that my court documents are only copies? Will they
ask that I return to London to request another certified copy or will they have
the originals on file? My guess is that they were included in my visa package
that was handed in to the INS when arriving in the states.
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