My I-751 wavier just got approved.
I came to US on 5/9/2015(port of entry date).
Got immigrate visa on 04/30/2015 from US embassy in INDIA.
My 2 years green card was showing resident since date as 05/09/2015 but my 10 years GC card is showing resident since dates as 04/30/15.
1. Do we need to correct it ? What we need to do here ?
2. Any effect of March 2017 reckless ticket at the time of citizenship ?
If you are concerned book an InfoPass appointment at your local immigration office to address the issue.
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1. Not a tragedy. USCIS' own error. Will not harm you.
2. Make sure to pay that one and bring in proof to the "citizenship" interview and should have no problems - unless "convicted" and placed on "probation" as a result of that "moving violation", in which case you'll have to wait until no longer in probation to apply for citizenship.
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