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Hello and welcome back this is the second video in a four part series we are excited to bring you this four-part series on the vocabulary in part 12 of the n400 vocabulary in this section is becoming more important as USCIS officers are increasingly asking for the definitions of the terms on the n400 and especially in part 12 this specific video will go over questions number 22 through 29 in part 12 on the n400 all right it's any of the questions in this section apply to you this is very important if any of the questions in this section applies to you you must answer yes even if your records have been sealed expunged or otherwise cleared okay it seals expunged or otherwise cleared what does that mean sealed means that they have been closed someone told you that your records are closed expunged means erased or removed someone told you that your records were erased or removed you still must disclose this information please remember even if someone including the judge law enforcement officer or attorney told you that it no longer constitutes a record or told you that you do not have to disclose the information that does not mean that you don't have to disclose it here you need to disclose it on the n400 application very important okay continuing on with more vocabulary committed a crime or offense that means that you did something illegal something against the law an offense is a minor crime usually a minor crime so the question is have you ever committed assisted committing or attempted to commit a crime or offense for which you were not arrested not arrested arrested arrested means to be taken in handcuffs by the police in the back of a police car to the police station for fingerprinting and having your photo taken you were actually arrested as opposed to sighted sighted might mean that you were ordered to appear in court or pay a fine for doing something illegal like you received a traffic ticket for speeding we were stopped that's being sighted detained detained means stopped by a police officer or other government official for any reason they detain you to ask you questions okay so the question is have you ever been arrested cited or detained by any law enforcement officer including any immigration official or any official of the US Armed Forces for any reason careful of this have you ever remember we talked about ever that means in your life have you ever been arrested cited or detained okay for any reason with a couple notes on this if a police officer has issued you a ticket you should answer yes to this question then complete the table in question 29 on the n400 form you do not need to include camera tickets or parking tickets if you've had traffic tickets state that were alcohol or drug related or if you were arrested you will need