I really suggest you just stop posting because the more you post, the more stupid you look. At least try to understand what's truly going on before you post. Let me try to put it in the simplest terms I can for you to enhance the chance that you understand it.
1) I am not going to go in front of the Committee.
2) I already provided my response to the analyst and it's been sorted out. He was more than satisfied with my response.
3) The reason he asked a follow up question is the report that came back to him noted that there was a citation, but did not provide any details or other information.
4) So, he just needed me to provide the details.
5) I provided the details.
6) He just needs documentation (a screenshot of the court docket will suffice) that I paid the fine.
7) If it's not possible to provide no. 6, a certification from the court that there are no longer any records of the infraction will suffice.
Got it? Here's a dose of your own medicine. I'm frankly surprised you got into law school, completed law school and passed the bar with the level of reading comprehension (more like lack thereof) you have displayed.
Again, just stop. You're starting to look more and more like a tool. Other people have already confirmed that the online system doesn't allow an applicant to access the application once it has been submitted, and yet you still keep insisting that the application can be accessed. Just stop embarrassing yourself. Stop acting like you know all there is to know about the process because it's apparent how little you know. Again, you're just making yourself look dumb.
This is my last response to you. If you still don't get it at this point, you never will and it'll just be a complete waste of time trying to explain things further to you.
jman77 wrote:To people like Interalia, this is not the most pleasant process we have to go through. If you are not going to be helpful to someone asking for help, the least you can do is to just keep quiet and not cast aspersions on someone else's integrity and add more unpleasantness to the situation.
Dude, tell me about it. If you can't handle a little questioning from an anonymous online commentator, you're in for a rough time in front of the Committee. Answer the questions, all of them, honestly. As for the "new" system the state bar has in place, it's not functioning right. You're supposed to be able to see your documents. On mine, it says no appeal was filed. Had a hearing a couple of weeks ago. Don't depend on the bar's website. Ever.
They go back waaaaaay more than 10 years. In my case, they went back 24. Another applicant I know who's battling through this process had his record from 27 years ago scrutinized before being denied for filing one too many lawsuits. So, here's the truth. Anyone who is worried the bar might find something that's older than 10-years, they will.
If you didn't print out a copy of your online application, don't wait until you get back to the country. Call the Office of Admissions and tell them you need a copy. If there are any other mistakes or omissions, fix them IMMEDIATELY and be prepared to be questioned about them. There's case in California about not filling out the application properly. If you have to amend it too many times, they can deny you because it shows that you don't take the process seriously. Actually happened to someone.
I'm not questioning your integrity. I'm simply pointing out where your argument is weak. Hang in there. If all you have to answer for is the one glitch, you're fine. If there's any chance that you're worried about anything else, get out in front of it. Hire counsel if you can.