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    Citizenship declaration question

    I think I would go ahead and declare it anyway, it occurred like 8 years ago when I was a teenager and nothing of that matter has ever happened again.
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    Citizenship declaration question

    @MaggieMay24 According to https://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/find-legal-answers/criminal-offences/theft-and-property-damage ON THE SPOT FINE: Payment of the fine will not be seen as admission of guilt
  3. PS4

    Citizenship declaration question

    I have accepted the advice, apologies if it seemed other way. I am just trying to understand the question.
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    Citizenship declaration question

    Thank you everyone for you responses. I understand this is in my best interest to declare it. However, Has the applicant been convicted of, or found guilty of, any offences overseas or in Australia (include all traffic offences which went to court, including offences declared in your permanent residence application, and any 'spent' convictions)? The question asks clearly if the person has been convicted or found guilty of any offenses, in my case both are not true. So, shouldn't the answer be NO which is the correct answer ? how can this be seen as dishonesty ? or I am hiding anything as I am answering the question correctly ?
  5. PS4

    Citizenship declaration question

    It didn’t come up in the police check. I applied for police check when I applied for PR.
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    Citizenship declaration question

    Thanks a lot for the response wrussell. Could you please explain why though ?
  7. When I was a student in Melbourne, Victoria. A few friends & I did a shoplifting dare & we were caught. It was only a $2 choc bar. It was the first & last time I did any such thing. We were issued on-the-spot fine which we paid right away. Question: Do I need to declare this in my citizenship application ? Has the applicant been convicted of, or found guilty of, any offences overseas or in Australia (include all traffic offences which went to court, including offences declared in your permanent residence application, and any 'spent' convictions)? According to https://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/find-legal-answers/criminal-offences/theft-and-property-damage ON THE SPOT FINE: Payment of the fine will not be seen as admission of guilt and no conviction will be recorded. As there was no conviction and no admission of guilt in this case, do I need to declare it ?
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