All the arrests and convictions were completely disclosed on the N-400 form, and all the relevant documents were attached. But, none of the speeding/parking tickets are disclosed on the N-400 form. In N-400 interview, I have voluntarily mentioned about one speeding and two parking tickets, that I got after filling the N-400 (IO added that to N-400). Forgot to mention and disclose the earlier minor traffic citations (speeding and parking). Can this be construed as a False Testimony and hence lack of Good Moral Character? Thanks!
Citations will normally not affect Good Moral Character unless they resulted in a Misdemeanor and/or arrest. In any case, should USCIS require any additional information from you on this, they will send you a Request for Evidence requesting certified records. If you have not received a decision within 30 to 60 days, I recommend making an InfoPass appointment to follow-up. If you need any furhter assistance, please contact a licensed attorney.
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