Expunged and juvenile convictions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you were a juvenile, but tried and convicted as an adult, you will be treated as an adult for purposes of the deferred action for childhood arrivals process. You have to show proof that the records were expunged with court certified documents along with your application.
And keep these DACA definitions in mind:
For purposes of the deferred action initiative, a felony is any federal, state, or local...
I agree with my colleagues - a simple visitor visa will suffice for your purposes. Tell your parents to be honest and bring with them an invitation letter, bank statements etc and they will be just fine. Good luck!
I agree with my colleague. An experienced immigration attorney would help tremendously in your situation. There may be a possibility for applying for a "stateside waiver" if your husband faces deportation. Good luck. Please read below: