You wrote, "there is no filing of charge, defense attorney convinced DA not file charge." If this is the case, then you already hired a defense attorney. Why haven't you asked him/her about this? The likelihood of succeeding on a factual innocence petition is remote unless the DA is on your side which is unlikely unless there is serious proof that you were mistakenly arrested or something like this. In fact there is a serious downside to attempting a factual innocence proceeding (unless the DA assures your attorney that he/she won't oppose the motion) because the DA can put on evidence that the motion shouldn't be granted and evidence standards are relaxed here so negative information can be put on the public record which can hardly help you if the motion is denied. If hired a criminal attorney, use him/her. If you're unhappy with that attorney, hire another one. Also you should consult an immigration attorney regarding any visa consequences though I don't think there any for just an arrest without even a criminal filing. Good luck.
Does that person has an arrest record on DOJ and FBI? Yes
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