I answered "No" depending on the instructions which says that I don't need to provide documentation if the ticket is not because drugs or alcohol, and if the fines less than $500 and points on the license, but I had a ticket for safety belt front passenger not driver and I was wearing it but the officer didn't see it, so I asked for hearing and I wasn't guilty. so i didn't say yes to this question did I do a mistake or not, and if yes should I mention that in the interview or it will affect the acceptance of my case?
Seat belt ticket? Not an issue. Were you arrested? (i doubt it, but if you were need to disclose). You can mention the ticket to the officer during the interview, but it was a seatbelt ticket and you paid a fine, it is not a big deal. If you have any other issues, hire an attorney to do to an interview with you. Good Luck!
Were you arrested in relation to this incident? If you were arrested, then you need to explain this to USCIS, even if you were found not guilty. If you were not arrested, and if you were found not guilty of the charge, then it appears that you will not have problems. Best of luck.
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