You can use water conditioners like Seachem Prime to take care of chloramine and chlorine (not all conditioners take out chloramine). Just a heads up though, Prime can give false positives for some tests, 24-48 hours after using, so test after it's affects wear off.
But it still shows you are having some ammonia in the tank water, it might not be done cycling yet. Kind of hard to tell though by the pic, so you would have to use your eyes to judge if it is indeed yellow, or a tinge of green.
For the Nitrate test it can be inaccurate sometimes, which is why people recommend calibrating to see if the test results are correct or way off. There is a article on here on how to calibrate nitrate tests on here by the member Hoppy.