Scenario 4: Hire a prostitute to claim he/she was driving at the time. Explain to wife what it "really" involves to obtain US citizenship.
Moral of the story: you've already been approved for oath ceremony. If USCIS was going to pursue you for withholding evidence at the naturalization...
That's assuming that USCIS would pursue someone for not disclosing a minor traffic on their application (as many people do), unless specifically asked at interview about traffic tickets. If the IO specifically asks about traffic tickets at interview, and the applicant willfully withholds such...
1) Did you mention the ticket during the interview?
2) The N-400 form instructions state you don't need to submit documentation for certain tickets under $500, not that you don't have to disclose them altogether.
If you answered no on the form, and then yes at interview you'd better be prepared to explain the discrepancy. Best to keep your responses consistent between form and interview to avoid further scrutiny.
You never were presented with a ticket at the time of the incident, not were you ever knowingly charged with anything. The landlord likely filed a property damage claim against you just in case you decided not to pay for the damage. You paid for the damage, and the citation was dismissed...
You're worried about a dismissed citation? You were never arrested, so you have no criminal record. A record of an old dismissed citation is not the same as a criminal record.
Stop worrying about a dismissed citation from 2004.
With back to back trips totaling over 19 months of stay outside the US,she'll likely be found ineligible for naturalization for failure to maintain residency ties.
Btw, your poll is asking if you can apply, not if she can. It should be reworded to state if she can apply, to avoid confusion.
Not unless there's a question of how you earned your income (ex: self employed with $300,000 salary), residency issues, or if you disclosed you've failed to pay taxed in past. Otherwise, it's pretty pointless to bring them to interview.
If your marriage certificate has English equivalent on it, you'll be fine.
The question of dependent support (part 10 D 22) refers to if you ever intentionally failed to support a dependent, which in some instances can be spouse.