I was not arrested but payed a fine, what should I bring if I am called for interview?
Your arrest report and certified disposition.
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Arrest report and court disposition.
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Certified copy of the court's final disposition of your case.
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The certified disposition. And you should review with an attorney first. Just because you think it is no big deal does not mean uscis agrees.
Whichever agency you paid the fine to, get their certified report. "Certified" means that their computer will print out the report and the clerk or the police officer will put a stamp on it saying that it is a true copy from their agency.
You should definitely have an immigration attorney review the conduct to make sure it does not carry immigration consequences and prevents you from getting a green card.