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I was caught shoplifting 4 cheap ear studs at Kmart. The person there took my information and had me sign some paperwork stating that I agree to the allegation and that I were not allowed in any Kmart stores. I didn't give him my ID and I wasn't fingerprinted. He also told me that I would be receiving a letter sometime soon telling me to pay the fine which doesn't have much to do with them but with the state. I asked him if this would go on my record and he told me no it wouldn't. I am a F1 college student in the U.S. and I am worried that if this goes on my record I will have trouble getting a student visa next time. Can I believe him when he told me that it would not go on my record? Please help! I've learned my lesson and I will never do it again.The police was not called in the process. I've also learned that the letter he talked about should possibly be a civil demand letter, which does not involve state action.