Hi Ron, I had a Domestic Violence (Assault on Female) charges on Dec 2002 which were dismissed after the deferred prosecution on Dec 2003 and I had applied for Naturalization in Feb 2005 which was denied in Sept 2006 and put me under removal proceeding which was terminated by Immigration Judge on March 2007. Now I have applied for Naturalization again in Dec 2010 and I have a interview on March 30th. USCIS office requested to bring the certified copies of all the arrest and court disposition. My case has been expunged back in 2004. I called the court house and they said there is no record in their system to provide any document. Only document they can provide certified copy of criminal search record which I have already submitted to USCIS along with my N400 application. How do I collect certified copied of arrest and court disposition or shall I just take another certified copy of criminal search record? Does it make sense to take attorney to interview and will officer allow attorney to answer during the interview? What are the chances USCIS will approve my application without submitting requested document related to my arrest. I do have 5+ year since the case dismissed. Will officer have and use my previous naturalization application, denial and removal proceeding notice etc...during an interview? Can they put me into removal proceeding again based on my arrest. does it make sense to take copy of removal proceeding terminated letter with me? does it make sense to reschedule an interview and try to work with criminal court to unsealed the record to provide me certified copies and sealed it again.