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  1. #1
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    Default Entering the U.S. After a Shoplifting Incident

    I'm a tourist and Foretime really too error store wearing your drawers to shopping basket. I have paid for everything. and panties just unnoticed and it was not paid. For this, I received a fine amounts to 500 $ no police are not invited. no fingerprints did not take. simply stores Protection issued the fine. or to come I will be able to come to the US? whether it will remain in any database. I shock and a disgrace. address given to rent the apartment. but as there than registered temporarily staying. or there looking for me?

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    Default Re: Entering the U.S. After a Shoplifting Incident

    If the $500 "fine" you describe is the civil demand letter that came from the store, then you have no criminal conviction and you have nothign to worry about this time.
    Stop breaking the law when yhou visit the US. It's likely in a database, but not one Immigration is concerned with.

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