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    N-400 & 9 Traffic violations

    Absolutely wrong and I am not sure where is JoeF getting his information. Some reference from USCIS site would be welcome. As per N-400 instructions given by USCIS: NOTE: You must submit documentation of traffic incidents if: (1) The incident involved alcohol or drugs; (2) The incident led to an arrest; or (3) The incident seriously injured another person. You do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines or incidents that did not involve an arrest or did not involve drugs or alcohol, if the only penalty was a fine of less than $500 or points on your driving record. If these conditions are not met, you don't need to mention on the form N400. Don't complicate things for yourself, stick to what USCIS asks specifically.
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    Traffic Voilation- N-400

    As per N-400 instructions given by USCIS: NOTE: You must submit documentation of traffic incidents if: (1) The incident involved alcohol or drugs; (2) The incident led to an arrest; or (3) The incident seriously injured another person. You do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines or incidents that did not involve an arrest or did not involve drugs or alcohol, if the only penalty was a fine of less than $500 or points on your driving record. If these conditions are not met, you don't need to mention on the form N400.
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    Speeding tickets

    As per N-400 instructions given by USCIS: NOTE: You must submit documentation of traffic incidents if: (1) The incident involved alcohol or drugs; (2) The incident led to an arrest; or (3) The incident seriously injured another person. You do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines or incidents that did not involve an arrest or did not involve drugs or alcohol, if the only penalty was a fine of less than $500 or points on your driving record. If these conditions are not met, you don't need to mention on the form N400.
  4. Refer to N-400 instructions, they clearly state when you are required to report traffic tickets. NOTE: You must submit documentation of traffic incidents if: (1) The incident involved alcohol or drugs; (2) The incident led to an arrest; or (3) The incident seriously injured another person. You do not need to submit documentation for traffic fines or incidents that did not involve an arrest or did not involve drugs or alcohol, if the only penalty was a fine of less than $500 or points on your driving record. What you have written doesn't need to be mentioned at all. Don't complicate things.
  5. Wanted to share my experience of PERM & I-140 for one of the most difficult cases possible i.e. I-140 while having familial relationship with employer having less than 5 employees. I filed my PERM (9089) in Dec 2010, received Audit notice, successfully responded to it by Mar 2011. Then received Sup Recruitment notice in May 2011, successfully responded to it and received approval of PERM in Dec 2011. Applied for I-140 in EB2 category in Feb 2012 and received NOID in Jul 2012 with subsequent denial in Oct 2012. The reason for denial could have been avoided. In my case, while filling the form 9089, we didn't check the option of "alternate experience for Master's" and only went ahead with the requirement of Master's degree. My master's degree equivalency was rejected and hence the entire case got denied. Had we checked the alternate experience, my case would have been approved as I had over 5 yr experience in the required field. Will apply for a new I-140 with the above correction and hopefully be successfull this time. Live & learn.
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