Well, it would have a small impact. This type of offense is minor and does not make you inadmissible to the U.S. However, since you have been cited, you would still have to disclose it whenever asked. You should also carry with you whenever you travel, certified copies of the citation and that you paid it. This way, IF it comes up, you have the copies to show and that would cause you the least amount of delay. Immigration probably won't even know about it, but that's the way to be safe. In the future, when you apply for a green card, you will have to mark "YES" on the question where it asks if you have ever been cited and you would provide that information and those copies, but it will not cause you to be denied Residency for such a minor offense. However, failure to disclose it would if they found out about it. So this is why it is necessary to disclose it. By not disclosing it, you make a minor offense into a big problem.
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